Revision 420: CSS Specifications & VisBug
This time, again in English, we invited Adam Argyle of Google (take a look at his fancy website and Twitter) to our show to talk about his work especially in the field of CSS specification writing.
- VisBug is a tool for designers and developers which helps you to edit design changes and communicate it in code. This enables designers to handle design testing and fixes on their own on production websites and helps you to give more valuable feedback even if you don’t know how to code. Shameless self promotion: Take a look at Warhol if you want to take it a step further and automate design testing.
- CSS Specifications
- Adam works on a couple of CSS Specifications and drafts for the spec which we talk about. We take a look at what Colors currently can do and what changes are coming up in Colors Module Level 5. Then there is Typed OM which is part of the Houdini APIs and we discuss changes that are coming to the default form controls. To close the discussion we take a quick look at CSS‘ future.
[00:00:30] Keine Schaunotizen
- [00:00:30] The CSS Podcast
- Together with Una Kravets, Adam has his own (pretty new) podcast where they discuss CSS-related topics in depth.