Today’s Non Breaking Space Show guest is Rachel Andrew. Rachel Andrew returns as our guest. She’s an author, international speaker, product is a web developer, speaker, co-founder of CMS Perch. She’s recently been writing and speaking about the future of web design layouts: CSS Grids and Flexbox.
Topics discussed with Rachel Andrew:
- 1:00 → Sponsors: CSS Summit, Uber, CSS Dev Conf, Feed.Press
- 3:05 → What book was that? What’s the title?
- 3:24 → How is the process for writing a book?
- 4:00 → What updates were needed?
- 4:40 → Bringing it up to date, HTML5 is old, but it holds up
- 5:24 → Perch, Perch Summit; how is it since we last spoke
- 5:56 → Perch Shop
- 6:22 → Perch allows you to drop CMS into HTML sites
- 7:05 → Features in Perch Shop
- 10:00 → Keeping up with VAT taxes
- 11:40 → What are the digital pieces of proof of location for purchases in Europe?
- 14:15 → UK voting on leaving the EU
- 14:40 → Small business struggle with the record keeping aimed at big business
- 16:33 → Christopher’s boring city tax story
- 22:30 → Speaking schedule
- 24:30 → How is flying in and out of the US?
- 26:15 → Are you a die-hard Omnifocus user?
- 28:25 → How do you have your projects set up? At home? Hobbies?
- 29:30 → I like the idea of context. Context should be a priority
- 30:10 → “Brain-dead option” in Omnifocus
- 31:50 → Talking CSS layouts
- 33:52 → What is the difference between CSS grids and Flexbox?
- 37:56 → Does Flexbox solve the problem of positioning elements?
- 38:40 → Is there a far less reliant on media queries?
- 41:00 → Layout at the moment is really hard
- 42:00 → As an author, how do you handle browsers and updates?
- 43:18 → When do you think CSS grids will be stable?
- 44:11 → Is feature browser flag the replacement for browser vendor prefixes?
- 48:30 → Rachel’s books about grids and layouts
- 50:10 → How did you get into running?
Non Breaking Space Show is still free of charge to owners of Steph Curry’s dad shoes along with the show notes and resources: Non Breaking Space Show № 82: Rachel Andrew — The Future of CSS Layouts
Also published on Medium.