Hui Jing Chen | Frontend Developer, Shopify An Event Apart Online Together – Fall Summit 2021 11:15 am Central Slideshow with Interactive slides: huijing.github.io/slides/94-aea-2021/#/4/0/0 Intro: Hui Jing Chen first dip her toes in the waters of web development, when she built her first HTML website in 2008 for the Malaysia Basketball Association. From there, she discovered the existence of content management systems and migrated the site over to Drupal. In September of 2013, a small web agency took a chance on her and gave her her first job in the web industry. She has since worked on projects across a wide range of industries with clients like Media Corps Singapore, San Francisco International Airport DBS, and Microsoft packaging is currently a front-end developer and Shopify. Please welcome, for the first time on any event apart stage Hui Jing Chen.
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Further reading and references
These are the links that are relevant to each of the different sections that I talked about today. And once again, thank you so much for your time and attention, and do enjoy the rest of the conference.
- Precise control over responsive typography
- min(), max(), and clamp(): three logical CSS functions to use today
- Responsive Type and Zoom
- Failure of Success Criterion 1.4.4 due to incorrect use of viewport units to resize text
- Practical CSS Scroll Snapping
- Understanding positioning in CSS
- Scrolling box definition in CSSOM View Module
- Native CSS Masonry Layout In CSS Grid
- Container Query Proposal & Explainer