If you find yourself wrestling with CSS layout, it’s likely you’re making decisions for browsers they should be making themselves. Through a series of simple, composable layouts, Every Layout will teach you how to better harness the built-in algorithms that power browsers and CSS.
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Andy BellWeb designer and CSS fan
I think this is great and have absolutely no bias whatsoever. [fake moustache falls off]
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Julie Chabin
Head of Product Design at Product Hunt
@hankchizljaw Ahahah Andy!
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Andy BellWeb designer and CSS fan
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@hankchizljaw Lol. Gotta give props for the sense of humour. It looks good though, will definitely give it a go.
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David Pratti love products
Read the demo chapters and found the concepts and semantics you guys teach quite eye-opening. It's a good philosophy. I think personally I'd find it hard to implement as CSS is terrible, but I could definitely see someone learning this and having great gains. I feel like this is can provide the 'aha!' moment for CSS for those looking for it - as in those that currently find it clunky (like me). Great work guys - I like the way you guys write and present information
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kushagra gour
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Have read the demo chapters, and they are absolutely amazing! Must read!
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kushagra gour
A creative Human!
Thanks for making this Heydon and Andy! And lovely video :)
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Oliver TurnerOliver Turner
Tackles one of the biggest challenges in CSS head-on: how to model layout so that it’s clear, robust, flexible and maintainable. Does a brilliant job of showing how the algorithmic capabilities of flex & grid let us defer work to the browser that previously relied on brittle, imperative approaches. Really impressive stuff.
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