Una Kravets gives an introduction to CSS Houdini and the new browser APIs that are coming out as a part of it.
CSS Tricks just went through a major redesign, and the team did an excellent job with it. Chris Coyier shares a case study and gives an in-depth look at the redesign process.
Join web guru, speaker, and author Rachel Andrew for this class all about CSS Grid: the most powerful layout system available in CSS. Throughout the class, Rachel breaks down CSS Grid and shows you the powerfully responsive and flexible structures it allows you to implement into your designs.
Articles & Tutorials
Manuel Rego Casasnovas explains how CSS Containment can be useful to improve web rendering performance in many different use cases.
Rachel Andrew looks at multi-column layout (CSS Columns) and explains which tasks it is suited for, and some of the things to watch out for when making columns.
Buddy Reno explores a number of different Sass techniques and patterns.
Cathy Dutton on why she removed Sass in favor of native CSS grid, calc, viewport units and custom properties in her latest site redesign.
Carie Fisher focuses on the accessibility of Scalable Vector Graphics (SVGs) by diving into the basics and code examples.
Johna Paolino shares a guide that will give you a pretty comprehensive look at how you can use CSS Grid.
Rachel Andrew shares some fundamental things which will make CSS much easier for you to understand and use, particularly if you’ve just started learning it.
A DevTools extension to toggle support of selected CSS features for testing progressive enhancement fallbacks.
An open source web session replay library, which provides easy-to-use APIs to record user’s interactions and replay it remotely.
Ana Tudor created a stunning animation using pure CSS.