October 21, 2012 · 2:00 PM
In the few years since CSS3 began to be implemented in browsers in a serious way we've already seen it transform the way we work. But the future holds even more promise, as CSS responds to the demands of the needs of the development community and increased interest from tool vendors. In this talk Peter will be running through some of the more exciting and interesting forthcoming properties, rules, and selectors, from complex layouts to a more programmatic syntax.
Our speaker Peter Gasston is a web developer, writer, public speaker, and author of The Book of CSS3. He blogs at Broken Links and tweets as @stopsatgreen. He lives in London, England.