File Size: 3269 KB
Print Length: 72 pages
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Publisher: O'Reilly Media; 1 edition (August 4, 2015)
Publication Date: August 4, 2015
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Awesome. Really opened my eyes. I have been doing web development for years and I was just doing things, just because they worked that way. Now I know why they worked that way and how to it in different ways. You should have some CSS knowledge to get through this little book.
Eric Meyer is THE CSS guru, and he knows how to explain it in easy-to-understand language. This is not a beginner's book for learning CSS, but after you learn it, read this book to understand it.
Took a lot of time to read it (simple concepts are explained with words instead of images, which takes pages and pages to explain).After all the time spent, I barely got any useful new concept.But the worst it's that it doesn't even mention flexbox.