Rachel Andrew — Core CSS3

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  5. CSSconf EU 2014 | Rachel Andrew: CSS Grid Layout

    Rachel Andrew is a CSS Grid Layout module superfan. It’s the layout method she’s been waiting for ever since she started dabbling in CSS for layout in the late 90s. Having tracked development of the module from the early days of the IE10 implementation, she is very excited to see it come to life in Chrome. In this talk Rachel will show you how Grid Layout works, and explain why you should become a fan of Grid Layout too.

    https://twitter.com/rachelandrew http://www.rachelandrew.co.uk/

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