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Notes from State of the Web Browser

Charlie Owen on stage with slide: You don’t work for Facebook
Charlie Owen at State of the Web Browser

I just recently had the enjoyment of talking at State of the Web Browser, a community-run internet meeting in London. I offered my initial technological talk on a huge phase, mentioning CSS Grid as well as CSS Variables– a few of which I have actually covered in my article over the previous couple of months. My slides can be discovered right here

Super-powered Layouts with CSS Grid and CSS Variables

The occasion included some amazing talks– a few of my favourites consisted of Ruth John‘s audio-visual expedition of web-workers as well as Chris Mills showcasing Firefox’s newest designer devices. Undoubtedly, Firefox obtained a great deal of love from a number of audio speakers throughout the day (myself consisted of– it’s Grid examiner makes collaborating with CSS Grid also much better!), as well as it may simply come to be the designer’s main internet browser of selection in the not-too-distant future.

I found out something brand-new with every talk, which you can not constantly claim regarding a seminar! Yet the highlights for me were both last broach the day by Jeremy Keith ( The Internet Is Contract) as well as Charlie Owen ( Beloved Programmer). Because of the current disagreements taking place online regarding the state of CSS as well as Javascript, these 2 talks really felt extremely prompt, as well as a pointer that the internet’s function goes beyond everyone.


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