The last few years have brought many new features to CSS that open up new possibilities for designing web applications. Let's travel in time over the CSS history to understand those changes and see how CSS is moving so fast those days.
In this talk, you will learn how to use CSS features like container queries, scroll-drive animations, @layers, CSS @properties, and the new ":has()" selector and see how they can affect daily UI development.
Let's review some everyday situations and see how these new features can help us to improve our work.
Key Takeaways: New CSS features, how to check if you can use those feature now and how to collaborate with the CSS working group
Difficulty Any level
Speech type Standard 40min
Fellyph Rozendo Cintra
Digitale Methode / Front-end lead Lagos/Portugal
As a seasoned Front-End Engineer with over a decade of experience, I always seek new ways to enhance digital experiences. I love nothing more than sharing my knowledge with others, so I'm a passionate advocate for learning and community building.
Over the years, I've been lucky to be involved with tech communities worldwide. There's nothing quite like the energy of conferences and the exchange of ideas that takes place there. Over the years, I have spoken in more than 20 countries around the globe, sharing my expertise on all things front-end: CSS, performance optimization, machine learning, Progressive Web Apps (PWAs), and SEO.
In 2019, my contributions to the DEV community earned me the title of Google Developer Expert in web technologies.
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