2013-10-03 00:00:00 2013-10-05 00:00:00 America/Toronto SCREENS 2013 SCREENS is dedicated to covering development for mobile devices and operating systems. Consumers are increasingly using mobile devices to access websites and applications, and companies are taking notice. Through two days of presentations, demonstrations and panel discussions, as well as an optional day of workshops,… Toronto FITC Toronto



Object Oriented CSS is starting to gain serious traction in the web development world. OOCSS, SMACSS, BEM, Twitter Bootstrap, inuit.css, Pure… all of these share underlying principles that force us to re-evaluate our best practices. This is daunting enough for the average site but borders on lunacy for one of the biggest and most popular sites in Canada:

This session is a look at the process we went through at the CBC to overhaul our site’s front-end and bring in OOCSS practices. We’ll discuss what OOCSS is and the benefits it offers. You’ll learn about the biggest challenges we faced and how we overcame them (or at least hacked our way through) and you’ll come away with practical ideas about how to embark on your own OOCSS adventure.