I'm back in the UK for a week and have a whole bunch of excellent articles and video to share with you on subjects from Flexbox to Grid, Transforms, DevTools in Firefox and an updated guide to CSS support in HTML email from Campaign Monitor.
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A few of us who had been involved in the story of CSS Grid Layout were involved in filming a video for Microsoft, while we were at the CSS Working Group meeting in Paris. You can see the result on YouTube.
A lovely post from Ada Rose Edwards subtitled, An introduction to post-modern Web Development. The post covers CSS Grid, CSS Custom Properties and Web Animations.
CSS Grid: Bringing true two-dimensional layout to the web | Microsoft Edge Web Summit 2017 | Channel 9
I wish I had been able to get to the Edge Web Summit. Sadly I've not figured out how to be in two places at once yet. Luckily for me all the videos are online, including this excellent talk on Grid Layout from Melanie Richards.
If you have used Grid Layout, then hopefully you have also discovered the Grid Inspector that is part of the Firefox DevTools. There are some other nice tools in Firefox DevTools and this article introduces them.
A nice article about using CSS Transforms.
Another excellent article from Chen Hui Jing, this time about Grid with fallbacks for older browsers.
Campaign Monitor have updated their excellent guide to CSS Support in email. They have also published a post detailing the updates.
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