Saving CSS Grid Headaches with JavaScript

Grid frameworks in CSS help keep a product, department, or even a whole company visually aligned. However, they can be a struggle to maintain while satisfying different experiences’ needs. Thankfully, scripting languages have a knack for keeping everything sane. By creating a new open-source package that generates grid frameworks, we will cover:

Our speaker

James Y Rauhut @seejamescode on Twitter
James Y Rauhut James is a front-end dev and UX designer that loves fusing both roles. He enjoys talking about design systems, progressive web apps, and that horrid CSS-in-JS. Serious contributions to the web dev community include CSS Gridish and Create React App DevOps. Not-so-serious contributions include IsTexasBackYet.com.

Make sure to thank our gracious hosts Spredfast, and our sponsors Magento for the food and drinks!

Afterwards, the discussion carries on a few blocks away at Lavaca Street Bar where they have food, drinks, and 12 revolving taps.

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