Talk.CSS #55

Event location: The Interwebs

We’re down to our last 2 Talk.CSS sessions for 2020. It’s been an iNteReStiNG year to say the least, but hang in there. And if you feel like getting your CSS fix, we’re still here for you.
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Latest CSS news by Talk.CSS
Our no-longer-new regular segment which will cover latest updates in the realm of CSS and HTML.

On auto sizes in Grid Layout by Hidde de Vries
Hidde will talk about how auto sizes work in Grid Layout”, because how sizing works in browsers is a very fascinating topic. More complicated than print, but also more fun, and for good reasons. You don’t want to miss this.

Responsive JSXGraph graphs (replacing Javascript with CSS) by Murray Bourne
Most students access their world via their phones, but most educational institutions still insist on churning out phone-unfriendly learning materials. This talk is a case study on how to replace Javascript-based styling directives with responsive CSS for a mathematics grapher.

The CSS doctor is in (our segment that never gets utilised)
Layouts looking a bit broken? CSS issues getting you down? We’re here to help. Tell us your CSS problem and get a crowd-sourced solution from all the CSS enthusiasts in Singapore right here.

Lightning talks welcome, just poke Hui Jing or Wei when you get there. We welcome any CSS-related topics at ANY level because we’re all here to learn and share :)

About the speakers…

Hidde de Vries

Freelance front-end/accessibility nerd from Rotterdam, Netherlands

Murray Bourne

Murray is a learner, trainer and math enthusiast, who was born on a blue day…

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