Better late than never, I’ve finally managed to bring this blog post together! I also took time and changed the theme on this website, so that might have been one reason it took a few more days than expected.
I’ve also created a new Speaking page and added all my English talks so far there. You can find an embedded video and a link to my slides on the speaking page as well.
Or watch the recording of my session right here:
As I promised in my talk, I’ve collected various resources regarding Subgrid. If you want to see more examples and dig a bit deeper, here’s what you should check out:
- caniuse.com – shows the current state of the Subgrid implementation across browsers
- MDN Docs – detailed documentation
- Codrops: Subgrid – another detailed resource with various examples
- dev.to: Ken Bellows Subgrid article
- envatotuts+: CSS Subgrid: Features, Syntax and the problem it will solve
- Smashing Magazine: CSS Grid Level 2 – Here Comes Subgrid by Rachel Andrew
- YouTube: Mozilla Developer – Don’t wait to use Subgrid for better card layouts by Miri Suzanne
- YouTube: Mozilla Developer – Laying out forms using Subgrid – by Miri Suzanne
- YouTube: Hello Subgrid – Talk by Rachel Andrew at the CSSconf EU 2019 (Caution: video starts with loud audio, lower the volume)
- Irregular shaped links with Subgrid – yet another great example how Subgrid could enhance the styling of elements, by Michelle of CSS IRL
Chrome & Safari bugtrackers
As mentioned in my talk, Chrome and Safari have open bug tickets in their trackers to implement Subgrid. Check out these if you want to participate: