My talk addressed the question, “Where does CSS come from?”. With a look at the process of developing new CSS and getting it into browsers.
Links for Where does CSS come from?
CSS Grid Layout
- Grid by Example
- Grid resources on MDN
- Grid posts on my blog
- The CSS Grid specification
- CSS Grid First Public Working Draft
- My article on the IE implementation from 2012
- My talk at CSSConf EU 2014
- A more up to date grid talk from Render Conf this year
- Article considering what might be next for Grid Layout
CSS Working Group
- CSS Specification drafts repo and Issues
The GitHub repository for CSS specifications, issues can be raised here against specifications.
- CSSWG on Twitter
Official Twitter account of CSS WG, direct links to meeting notes and other things posted here.
- CSSCommits on Twitter
Commits to the CSS WG repository
- www-style mailing list
CSS WG Meeting and teleconference reports are posted here
- CSS WG Current Work
This page contains a list of all completed specifications and drafts by the CSS WG
- Incomplete list of mistakes in the design of CSS
Track upcoming browser implementations and official news
- Intent to Ship Twitter account
I tweet when browser makers announce their intent to ship, change or remove features in their web engines! I was made by @dietrich.
- Chrome Platform Status
- Edge Platform Status
- Mozilla Platform Status
- WebKit Feature Status
- ChromiumDev on Twitter
News for developers from the Google Chrome Developer Relations team.
- Mozilla Releases on Twitter
A communication channel for all things related to products being shipped by Mozilla.
- Microsoft Edge Dev on Twitter
Official news and updates from the Microsoft Web Platform team on #MicrosoftEdge and #InternetExplorer
- WebKit on Twitter
Official Twitter account for the WebKit Open Source Project — the web browser engine that powers Safari and other apps on OS X, iOS, Windows and Linux.
- Update My Browser on Twitter
Tweets when a new browser release is shipped.
Researching interoperability and webcompat issues
- Mozilla Web Compat
Official Mozilla account for Web Compatibility issues.
- Firefox Site Compat Twitter
A community-driven developer engagement initiative focused on backward compatibility & regressions in Firefox. Tweets by @koyoskeh, not affiliated with Mozilla.
- EdgeHTML Issue Tracker
Report or search EdgeHTML issues, such as problems with site rendering or standards compliance.
Bugtracker for Firefox and other Mozilla products
- Chrome/Blink Bugs
Search for or log bugs with Chrome or Blink
- Safari/WebKit bugs
Search for or log bugs in Safari or WebKit
Started by the Mozilla Web Compatibility team, this initiative is a global task force on a mission to improve the web one bug at a time.