LearnCSS Position: fixed-sticky, Flexbox, Google Web Designer – Treehouse Show Episode 62

writes on October 22, 2013

It’s Tuesday, or as we affectionately call it at Treehouse, Treehouse Show-day!!! This week Nick and Jason will show you a polyfill for position: sticky, what the heck position: sticky even is, CSS Flexible Box Layout, and Google’s new Web Designer app for creating HTML5 based designs.

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3 Responses to “CSS Position: fixed-sticky, Flexbox, Google Web Designer – Treehouse Show Episode 62”

  1. Hi Guys,

    Nice video, loving some of the stuff I’ve seen on this episode I’ll be sure to check out Ideal Forms later on 🙂

    I just wanted to talk about Google Web Designer if I may. I know that lots of people get hung up about the name of the program and think it’s misleading. I’m not so sure. I’m a big fan of this product. But I think what this little review does is makes the mistake of not acknowledging its release status. If you check out the GWD Beta Forum, you’ll see that the GWD Engineers have been more than up front about the reasons for the name and their plans for the future. They haven’t even put up their second release yet and we are all assured they have big plans on living up to the name that they have been given. So, and this is just my opinion, I believe that the GWD team are sitting in their offices scratching their heads at the critiques they’re getting. Of course people are all entitled to their opinions.

    I just hope people don’t give up on Google Web Designer too soon and allow the time for Google to see how their product will develop.

    • Casey Ydenberg (@CAYdenberg) on October 26, 2013 at 12:49 pm said:

      The look and feel of GWD reminds me a great deal of Flash. So I’m pretty certain the 3D/animation aspect is baked into the project’s DNA. And sure, you CAN build entire websites in Flash, but that doesn’t mean it’s a good idea. I guess we’ll wait and see.

  2. 4:10
    It’s va-SILL-yev and I’m male 🙂

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