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Hugo Giraudel

Hugo is a Front-end developer at Edenspiekermann in Berlin. CSS goblin, Sass hacker & serial writer. OSS toolbelt SassDoc & Sass Guidelines. Co-author of Jump Start Sass. Net Awards nominee.

Data collection, forms, inclusivity

Asking for information online is hard. Users are cautious about the data they share. Companies are quite terrible at asking for the right piece of information, let alone phrasing it correctly. In this presentation, we’ll focus on two major pieces of information about a person: their name, and their gender. We’ll see how not to ask for them, and how we can ensure inclusivity and diversity on the web by asking the right thing in the right format.

Understanding the CSS Modules Methodology

CSS is well known for being agressively global. This very behaviour makes it difficult to scale. Style isolation and dead code elimination are only two of the many problems encountered when working with CSS on large and long-lasting codebases.

That’s why a lot of clever people came up with a lot of clever ideas to make it easier to write locally-scoped, easy-to-test, composable and scalable CSS. Among these ideas, one seems to have gained a lot of traction lately: CSS Modules.

In this talk, we will see what are CSS Modules, what they intend to solve, and how to use them. I think you’ll be surprised how little difference there is between authoring CSS Modules, and preprocessor-powered stylesheets.

Front end Tooling SASS