[F/E] CSMess to OOCSS: Refactoring CSS With Object Oriented Design

A session at Full Stack Toronto Conference 2016 - #fstoco

Monday 17th October, 2016

2:00pm to 2:40pm (EST)

Ask any web developer: the most neglected part of their site/app is likely its CSS. Unlike other parts of the stack, most CSS is messy, complex, and long overdue for a rewrite. But it doesn’t have to be. Break out of these bad patterns by applying an object oriented CSS framework (OOCSS).

This talk will step through the process of designing, building, and implementing a custom OOCSS framework for a mid-sized web application, outlining the basic methodology, best practices, and expected outcomes, which include significant gains in both front-end performance as well as developer productivity.

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Kate Travers

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Time 2:00pm2:40pm EST

Date Mon 17th October 2016


504, Sheraton Centre

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