In a world of darkness, where no CSS standard ruled the world – one man had one destiny: To kill all nasty CSS hacks. Having defeated tables in an epic battle with divs, our hero witnessed a new enemy rise from the ashes. Known as floats, this ruthless enemy left a flaming trail of devastation whenever the people called upon him. But our hero had a secret weapon: the weapon of flex.
Ever scrolled down a website and been amazed that objects doesn't behave like you expect them to? Instead of flowing static content upwards on the screen as we scroll we can now easily animate them in any way. Fly text sideways, zoom in images, fade out objects, and more!
When developing internal websites and using various QA environments, these are often isolated and not accessible from the public web, which can make browser and device testing very challenging. In these situations, BrowserStack and its Local Testing feature can be very helpful, and with the new browser extensions, this process has become very simple.
My relationship to Regex (or Regexp) has always been of the type "google it, copy and paste it, don't change it, never look back again". But so, finally, after years of eating that same old "copy pasta" I went on this talk about Regex on JavaZone and actually began to understand it. And now I'll share this introduction with you.