Terry is also the author of Driving Technical Change, a Pragmatic Bookshelf title. It's about convincing reluctant co-workers to adopt new tools and ideas.
CSS is easy in isolated cases - setting a singular color, or laying out a single item. But where CSS get daunting is when you are handed a comp and told "Make that work on the web." This session will start with interfaces you are familiar with (iOS,Facebook, etc), will analyze them, show how to break them up into manageable pieces and make them live in the browser.
Discover how you can you can program CSS the way you program the rest of your application: with variables, functions, and operations. This session will reveal tools and techniques that will improve your efficiency and flexibility when working with style sheets.In this session, you will: Explore different approaches to making CSS "programmable"; Learn how to maximize the structure and reusability of your style sheets; Investigate existing CSS toolkits such as Sass, Less, and Stylus; See how these toolkits can be used in real-life projects.
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