My self-assigned challenge for 2017 was to watch at least one conference per day, for one year. That's the first time I try this challenge. Let's dive in for a recap. 267 conferences In some way, I failed the challenge because I've been able to watch only 267 conferences. With an average of 34 minutes … Continue reading One conference per day, for one year (2017)
Get Ready for the Future of CSS!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMwunYQGvhs CSSConf EU 2017: It’s time to start thinking about new and upcoming CSS features that will boost your workflow and give you more power and flexibility when building your projects. This talk covers the latest CSS features, including: color manipulation, custom properties, selectors level 4, and what's new in media queries. We’ll also have … Continue reading Get Ready for the Future of CSS!
Getting Reactive with CSS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IRPxCMAIfA CSSConf EU 2017: As user interfaces evolve and become more interactive, design requirements become more complex. By combining CSS variables with reactive programming in JS, we can now express animations, styles, layout, and more in ways never before possible with CSS. In this talk, we’ll explore what functional reactive programming is, why it is … Continue reading Getting Reactive with CSS
Photoshop is Dead! Editing Images in CSS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LY65F2e4B5w CSSConf EU: Una’s talk, Photoshop is Dead: Editing Images in CSS, demonstrates how we can use CSS blend modes, filters, and gradients to implement custom photo effects right in the browser. The talk helps us understand how blend modes work and will show us how to implement dynamic and accessible graphics within our own … Continue reading Photoshop is Dead! Editing Images in CSS
3.14 Things I Didn’t Know About CSS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjP7TEKB7Uo CSSConf EU 2014: In his talk Mathias showcases a series of obscure CSS fun facts, such as CSS syntax gimmicks and quirks, weird tricks that involve CSS in one way or another, and security vulnerabilities that are enabled by (ab)using CSS in unexpected ways. Mathias is a Belgian web standards expert collaborating on open-source … Continue reading 3.14 Things I Didn’t Know About CSS