Jacob Thornton shares some notes on Medium’s CSS and the steps his team has taken to improve it.
This talk by Andy Hume is focused on architecting high performance, resilient front-ends. It may not be strictly CSS oriented, but I’m fairly certain you’ll find it useful nevertheless.
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Articles & Tutorials
Guy Routledge suggests to order your CSS properties starting with big-picture properties which impact stuff outside the element and work in towards the finer details.
Jake Archibald shows an easy solution for optimising font downloads. Unfortunately, browser support for this technique is not great (yet).
M. David Green looks at 5 great features of the Bourbon library of Sass mixins that can help improve your workflow in dealing with repetitive code.
Card is a handy plugin that will take any credit card form and make it better and more usable in one line of code.
Gridlover is a tool that will help you establish a typographic system with modular scale and vertical rhythm.
Fabrizio Bianchi created a delicious CSS-only cake to celebrate 100 followers on Codepen. Here’s to a hundred more!
Until Next Week