Many web developers have stumbled onto the extremely useful Flexbox spec for solving many of their layout woes. For a long time, though, we only had (buggy) implementations in Firefox and WebKit.
This spec has been given a facelift recently, and is now supported (prefix-less!) by all the major browsers. In this session I'll teach you the Flexbox spec, going from the basics up to advanced techniques that you can use in your own pages to solve real problems, illustrated with plenty of examples to help ground all this knowledge in practicality.
[[[NOTE: At the time of me writing this description, no major browser supports Flexbox prefix-less. By the time October rolls around and I give this talk, they will.]]]