As announced, this week my focus has been entirely on the CSS Grid properties. The first theory, then practice. Knowing Flex and Grid, I seriously wonder why Bootstrap or Bulma needs it? I wonder so much that I think I’ll put one of these backgrounds in the science plan for 2020.
Flexbox finally convinced me. I don’t know why, after my first encounter with a CSS Flexbox, I had a negative feeling. I don’t know what it resulted from. Maybe I didn’t understand how flexbox can be used to build a great webpage layout, or maybe I didn’t understand how to use flexbox correctly. I got to know the new tool, but I didn’t want to use it. This has changed this week. Why?
Long hours on the train and plenty of time to write a Pig Games app. The mechanics of the game wasn’t difficult to write because the game itself is not complicated. It is different to prepare a responsive and desktop version. It took by far the longest time, but the satisfaction is complete.
A week of returns. I returned to the WTF “Co ten Frontend” training and I returned to the Strip Expotentation project. In the first case, I promised myself that I would finish the training as soon as I immersed myself in React. I haven’t delved into React yet, but I’ve spent a lot of time learning about CSS. In the second case, I felt that it could be done better. Especially since two people tested the application and found a few elements for improvement.
Another week with CSS and learning about its possibilities. This is also the week in which I completed my first CSS training project and, more importantly, learned the limitations of this language. Let’s get down to business.