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Nov 29th, 2017
What's New in CSS? Variables, Scoping, New Selectors and Color Functions👇 Download Show✏️ Edit Show Notes
Wes and Scott talk about the future of CSS - what is new and what should we expect to be coming in the near future?
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The Show Notes!
- IT'S NOT CALLED CSS4
- You can find the different levels over at CSS Working Group Drafts
- CSS Custom Properties (CSS Variables)
- Bite and chew over the syntax - it's backwards compatible
- What's the difference between this and Sass/Less/Stylus?
- CSS Tricks: The CSS attr() function got nothin’ on custom properties
- Independent Transforms -
transform: rotateX(var(--x)) translateY(var(--y));
- CSS Level 4 Selectors
- ITS NOT CSS4!!!!!!
:nth-child(3n of img.dog)
- Some not-so-new-but-still-cool units
- Viewport Units
- min-height: 100vh
- ch units
- ex units
- CSS Angles - deg(), grad(), rad(), turn()
- Scott: Google Pixel 2 XL
- Wes: Anker 5 Port 40w USB Charger
- Anker 10 Port 60w USB Charger
- Anker 5 Port 60w with a USB-C Port