Talk.CSS #37

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Time flies when you're over 30. Our March edition is rolling around again in the blink of an eye. This time, we will be heading west of Singapore to the Shopee office.

Latest CSS news by Talk.CSS
Our no-longer-new regular segment which will cover latest updates in the realm of CSS and HTML.

CSS code splitting by Tan Li Hau
The motivation of CSS splitting arises when we try to split our CSS styles and lazily load the styles only when we actually need them. CSS code splitting is one of our many efforts where we constantly improve the performance of the application. Li Hau will present how his team came to realisation of the issue, some of the decisions they made, and a couple of problems they encountered.

Responsive tables with CSS by Liang Hui Qian
What happens when you need to make HTML tables look pretty on mobile? HTML tables themselves especially aren't the easiest to incorporate into responsive design. There are a few ways of going about this, but ultimately the most elegant way was a surprise even to her! intrigued? Come join us and find out more…

More speakers TBC. We hope it's you! ٩(^ᴗ^)۶

The CSS doctor is in (our segment that never gets utilised)
Layouts looking a bit broken? CSS issues getting you down? We're here to help. Tell us your CSS problem and get a crowd-sourced solution from all the CSS enthusiasts in Singapore right here.

Lightning talks welcome, just poke Hui Jing when you get there. We welcome any CSS-related topics at ANY level because we’re all here to learn and share :)