Readings for Lunch — [ 22 Nov 2016 ]
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It's pretty common knowledge that computers store and operate on data using the binary number system. Such a design is so ubiquitous nowadays that it's hard to imagine that computers could operate in any other way. But, in Soviet Russia during the 1950s, they did.
Heydon Pickering revisits inheritance, the cascade and scope with respect to modular interface design, to show how to leverage these features and make your CSS more concise and self-regulating.