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This is amazing. Writing down what you learned and the process of how you learned helps others in the same boat. Looking forward to more of your posts.
Thanks Dinesh. Yup, I'm looking forward to it as well.:D
This is great, definitely bookmark material for future flexbox reference.
Thanks Ben. Flexbox is such a powerful tool to learn and a really nice addition to our front-end skill set. I haven't fully utilized all of flexbox properties on this exercise but I have time to learn them.
It’s also now super well supported and highly used. No reason to hesitate on making great use.
Yup, I'm building my portfolio site and I'm planning to use it together with CSS grid. It would be a really good learning experience as well.
this is top notch
Feeling very happy to have inspired your post. Keep up the good work! Cheers from @fridanyvall
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Thank you for the inspiration as well☺️. I'm glad to see you here. I'm sure I will learn a lot from your posts. Keep up the awesome work.
I've reimplemented this by using css grid and flexbox together. You can check it out here dev.to/analizapandac/using-css-gri...
Thanks for giving new stuff
I'm currently re-implementing it again using flexbox, css grid and multi-columns layout altogether. Pretty interesting stuff, maybe I'll write about what I learned from it as well.
It would have been more awesome if you animated the hurricane :D
That would be a really cool effect. But with the weather right now, I don't want to add a new one.:D
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