August 07 2016
Escuela Superior de Comercio Carlos Pellegrini
A one-day conference dedicated to designers and developers who love CSS and build the most engaging user interfaces. From the community, for the community. Join us in Buenos Aires. next August, 07.
Meet our awesome speakers!
Developer · Industrial Designer · Tech Enthusiast · VP of Engineering at @aerolab
Aurelia is a developer and curious cartographer building communities around code at Mozilla Open Science. Previously of Ushahidi, Internews Kenya, and CartoDB, she's been working in the open tech and non-profit journalism space for a few years, and recent projects have had mapping sensor data to support agricultural security and sustainable apis ecosystems in the Global South.
WE ARE SOLD OUT! With your ticket you will get access to CSSconf Argentina day + access to the workshops.
Escuela Superior de Comercio Carlos Pellegrini.
We're really honoured to say that CSSconf Argentina is going to be held in one of the most prestigious public schools in Buenos Aires. Located in the heart of the city, you can find a lot of shops, little cafés, restaurant and bars.
Marcelo T. de Alvear 1851 - Ciudad de Buenos Aires
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Working with CSS is tricky enough as it is: working with legacy CSS can be nightmarish. In this talk, we’ll look at how we decide what to refactor and when; how we can refactor code whilst still shipping features; how to avoid regressions when adding new CSS; how we can avoid the dreaded refactoring tunnels; running new and legacy code in tandem; and a bunch of other neat little tips and tricks.
Struggling with tables? With floats? An impossible to replicate with CSS? No more! with the advance of new spec for grids you'll be able to create impossible, responsive and structures quickly and easily.
With the availability of SVG and CSS filters and blend modes, our browsers have become very powerful image rendering engines. From creating faux surrealist effects to 3D images, the artistic possibilities are endless. But how can we integrate filters and blend modes into UI elements? How can we use them in our every day user interfaces to improve performance and aid in design? This talk will cover just that, and show some practical examples of using filters and blend modes.
Horia’s talk tells the story of building and maintaining messenger.com. Horia will give us a glimpse into how CSS is used at Facebook, and how it worked both for and against the developers tasked with working on the first secondary domain: messenger.com. Contains cool CSS and a bit of React. You’ve been warned!
Maps provide us with some of the most intuitive ways to represent data visually, principally because they allow us to rectify our physical locality with some digital and data-dense topography. We build mythologies with maps: stylized captures of how we might see the world. This talk will go over how we might creatively style maps, and build mythology with integrity and pure CartoCSS.
Having some fun with common CSS mistakes and 10 common errors we must not do.
We all know a fast loading website equals happy users. But, how much are we doing as developers to reach this goal? By only optimizing some things here and there, we can accelerate the loading time of our website almost effortlessly. In this talk I’ll show you how we can adopt the Critical CSS technique in our projects in an easy way, and also go through our experience on implementing it at Mercado Libre.