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  1. Eystein Eystein says:

    I m giving this book 4 starts only because I read it too late It was absolutely a 5 star book when it came out But now 2018 there have been a couple changes to the spec Especially that we now have grid gap, something which almost every example includes a wordy work around for That said, I still learned a lot, and hadpieces fall into place CSS Grid covers an enourmous surfuce, and for a book this short it does a great job of covering it The author, Rachel Andrew, is also my go to fo I m giving this book 4 starts only because I read it too late It was absolutely a 5 star book when it came out But now 2018 there have been a couple changes to the spec Especially that we now have grid gap, something which almost every example includes a wordy work around for That said, I still learned a lot, and hadpieces fall into place CSS Grid covers an enourmous surfuce, and for a book this short it does a great job of covering it The author, Rachel Andrew, is also my go to for in depth articles and conference talks on the subject.To get aup to date and better perpective on layout in CSS, I m positive The New CSS Layout, again by Rachel Andrew, is a better choice It also happens to be the book that I meant to buy when I accidentally picked this one _ _


  2. Melanie Melanie says:

    A bit late to the game in getting to this book, however, I finally carved out some time to start looking into CSS Grid and for that reason alone, this book is a very nice introduction into understanding the basic ideas and syntax behind its usage Looking forward to starting to implementgrid layouts moving forward.


  3. Julia Julia says:

    I found it to be a wonderful documentation like book about grids However, here is my unsolicited opinion about CSS grids they re too much imperative and too way verbose Flex boxes do just the same thing for you in a couple of lines.Alright, you might have heard that grids are made for layouts whereas flexboxes are for the content I partially agree.Forcolumn like layouts those which resembles newspapers or unequal gallery tiles grids reduce the number of containers flexboxes forces us I found it to be a wonderful documentation like book about grids However, here is my unsolicited opinion about CSS grids they re too much imperative and too way verbose Flex boxes do just the same thing for you in a couple of lines.Alright, you might have heard that grids are made for layouts whereas flexboxes are for the content I partially agree.Forcolumn like layouts those which resembles newspapers or unequal gallery tiles grids reduce the number of containers flexboxes forces us to have, as well as give us the ability to expand our content making use of grid areas.Another thing dynamically configured components on the page With flex boxes, they ll just fit within, resizing the outer content a bit With grids, we have to know in advance how our content is laid out, and adding something new will ruin the appearance


  4. Miikka Miikka says:

    Nice, easy to understand introduction to CSS grids However, the book was published in 2016 and it s now slightly out of date in 2019 If you re experienced with CSS esp if with Flexbox already, before reading this book check out A Complete Guide to Grid and see if that s enough for you Nice, easy to understand introduction to CSS grids However, the book was published in 2016 and it s now slightly out of date in 2019 If you re experienced with CSS esp if with Flexbox already, before reading this book check out A Complete Guide to Grid and see if that s enough for you


  5. Clive Walker Clive Walker says:

    Good but rather short summary of CSS Grid layout methods.


  6. Amy Amy says:

    I sprinted through this after watching a grid course on Lynda.com It s good to read an expert, but better to see code examples and layouts in stream.


  7. Jeff Bridgforth Jeff Bridgforth says:

    Helped me get up and going with CSS Grid.


  8. Scott Scott says:

    Though I have finished reading this book, it may be a reference for the years to come It will becomeclear with the spec is released soon Great practical read Recommend it for anyone who wants to stay on the cutting edge of web design front end development.


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Get Ready for CSS Grid Layout [PDF / Epub] ❤ Get Ready for CSS Grid Layout ✅ Rachel Andrew – Thomashillier.co.uk Move out in front of the curve and learn how to use CSS Grid Layout today Learn exactly what you need to know, from line based positioning basics to evaluating template areas, with a detailed explanat Move out in for CSS PDF/EPUB æ front of the curve and learn how to use CSS Grid Layout today Learn exactly what you need to know, from line based positioning basics to evaluating template areas, with a detailed explanation of the new spec Rachel Andrew guides you Get Ready Kindle - through experimenting with the grid and understanding browser adoption, and provides working examples to tinker on, so you can start pronto.