CSS in 2022 (and beyond) (2022.10.07 @ Full Stack Europe)

Back in October I was at Full Stack Europe in Antwerp. One of the talks I gave dug into the recent and upcoming things that landed in CSS. It was an updated version of the same talk I gave at Fronteers Conference earlier this year.


# The Talk

The talk was all about CSS, highlighting a selection of the recent and upcoming additions that landed – or soon will land – across all rendering engines.

Things have been going hard for CSS the past few years, and there’s a bunch of new and exciting stuff on its way too.

With this talk you’ll be up to speed on some very nice recent additions in no time. Above that you’ll also get a glimpse of a lot of the features that will be landing across all browsers over the next few months.

Covered topics:


# Slides

The slides of my talk are up on slidr.io and also embedded below. They are filled with code examples and links to demos.


# Recording

The talk was recorded, but unforunately the video has not been published yet. Once it does, I’ll update this post to include it.


# Thanks!

Thanks go out to organizers Dries, Freek, and Rias for having me again. Just like the previous edition in 2019, the conference was of high quality again. Having a history in PHP and Cloud, I really liked the set of talks they selected for the conference.

Hopefully you all had fun attending my talk — I know I had making it (and whilst bringing it forward) — and perhaps you even learned something from it along the way 🙂


💁‍♂️ If you are a conference or meetup organiser, don't hesitate to contact me to come speak at your event.

Published by Bramus!

Bramus is a frontend web developer from Belgium, working as a Chrome Developer Relations Engineer at Google. From the moment he discovered view-source at the age of 14 (way back in 1997), he fell in love with the web and has been tinkering with it ever since (more …)

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