I really like CSS, don't know why, it has always "clicked" with my brain. I'm no expert but I like the tool :-)
I can contribute the links to these two resources about what happens to CSS inside the browser:
Inside a super fast CSS engine: Quantum CSS (aka Stylo) by Lin Clark from Mozilla/Firefox. She's absolutely awesome at explaining complicated stuff (her articles about WebAssembly are a godsend) and her drawings are funny and helpful.
Inside look at modern web browser (part 3) - Inner workings of a Renderer Process by Mariko Kosaka from Google/Chrome, whom funnily enough defines herself as a "drawsplainer". She explains and draws really well.
Great read, let me throw out a link that has been a huge help to me with the new CSS grid spec.
gridbyexample.com from Rachel Andrew.
Combine it with Firefox Developer's grid inspector and you have a really powerful combo for handling layouts.
Thanks for sharing!
Great post! Felt like I was listening in to the conversation the whole time. :)
Thanks! Glad you liked it!
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