New sabre/dav website launched!
This was a long time coming! sabre/dav had always been hosted on google code, but as google started caring less and less about their code hosting property, it was time to look for a change.
Over time issues and source had already migrated to GitHub, but the biggest thing left was the wiki, which required porting of the google wiki markup.
We started work in October, and finally we finished enough stuff that we’re comfortable releasing it.
Now I can go all out writing news stories there too. For the longest time this was my only blog, so I felt like I had to make sure I didn’t over-broadcast sabre/dav related news, in order to not sound spammy and toot my own horn too much.
And yes, we also changed the branding from SabreDAV to sabre/dav. We’ve been with composer since the early days, and the typograpgy now matches the composer package name :).
One nice thing was that since this is a website primarily targetted towards technologists, I’ve also felt a lot safer taking advantage of all the latest features, and ignoring pretty much any browser that’s not the most recent.
Since a little while we now have an awesome new CSS layout feature:
Having worked with this a little bit (and many years ago too in XUL), I feel I can safely say, that within a few years, 90% of you will be using this feature, as opposed to CSS grid systems, absolute positioning, float, etc.
Your css source will be greatly reduced. You can automatically re-order DOM objects based on screen-size, you will need a lot less container divs and you can say goodbye to shitty css classes that frameworks such as bootstrap require.
If you’ve ever had to do any HTML layouts (and I’m sure you have, and will again), do yourself a favor and learn about it!
Everything was also writting from the ground up using
box-sizing: border-box, which makes the css math a lot easier as well.
We’d love to hear what you think. Any bugs? Let us know in the comments.