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The basis of this e-book lies in several years of writing a CSS3 guide at Vzhuru dolu – vzhurudolu.cz - a Czech version of CSS Mine.
The text you have just started to read guides developers through the current version of the web user interface (UI).
It will be your everyday buddy when applying CSS in practice, being especially helpful for beginners and intermediate developers. Experienced users will appreciate the detailed flexbox guide and the summing up of contemporary website UI development.
This e-book consists of two parts:
Contemporary Website UI Development – how the development of user interfaces has changed in recent years and what tools, technologies and approaches are commonly used nowadays.
CSS3 Reference Guide – practical examples and traps to avoid in the everyday life of a coder.
Martin Michalek is a freelance front-end designer based in Prague, Czech Republic. He writes well know Czech blog vzhurudolu.cz and gives lectures about CSS3, responsive design and modern web UI development.
“CSS Mine: Dig into Web UI Development”