Learn more on CSS Flexbox with practical use cases.
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Flexbox is nowaday one of the problem solvers you should master to help you in your working daily habits. Follow those little demonstrations and case studies to learn more about CSS Flexbox Layout, step by step, and become a Flexbox Ninja!
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21 days ago
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Looks like a promising, wonderful resource by @geoffrey_crofte. With a few Flexbox demos and code snippets, well-documented and explained. ↬ Flexbox Ninja https://t.co/Aw3c3M9sDE
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Flexbox.ninja - Learn Flexbox thought use cases - Creative Juiz
Flexbox.ninja is a project I started a few years ago and that I had never taken the time to finish and publish. I wanted to propose at least 6 common use cases, but the web people suggested that I publish it with 3 cases and open it to contributions.
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Flexbox is now a CSS module with a really great support (regarding CanIUse). It's time for you to adopt this module and deal with it for real projects you're working on. Its power is big enough to make it essential in your front-end developement daily habits. It's a huge time saver to create efficient, flexible et strong layouts. Why this site? -------------- Flexbox.ninja is here to bring you help on the more common usage, and some tips when using Flexbox Layout on little component, but also aon big complicated layout. Flexbox is one of the new Layout system you should know, so don't forget to have a look on Grid Layout too! Who's working on it? --------------------- I'm Geoffrey Crofte, a UX/UI Designer with affinity with accessibility, UX, front-end development, Ninjas and Kittens, living at Luxembourg City and working with the awesome Groupe Foyer Team. I love sharing things —HTML, CSS, UX, UI, WordPress tips— on my blog (
) and here and there on the web. How to contribute? ------------------- This website is composed with a simple system that allows you to contribute through this Github repository (
). The explanations are available on the readme. If you want to report error on the website, use the issues for that :) Special thanks --------------- Ah! Thanks to Stéphanie Walter (
) for the Ninja in the header. Come to see me on Twitter (
) if you want to talk :)
22 days ago