Out of all the web technologies, CSS is probably the easiest to learn, and the hardest to maintain. Without proper organization and architecture, your CSS can grow unwieldy, bloated, and inefficient. If you are stuck in the weeds, then how do you recover? Having just gone through both a major redesign and re-architecture, I'm going to give practical advice that you can take home and directly apply to your application. Get tips on how to tidy up, de-clutter, and organize your CSS code base.
In this session we'll touch on:
- Setting an acceptable standard
- How to motivate a team to build and adapt style guide driven development
- Cutting down file size for optimal asset delivery
- Tooling to help you get the job done