Ire Aderinokun sets out to build the GitHub contribution graph — that’s the table with lots of green squares indicating how much you’ve contributed to a project – with CSS Grid:
As I always find while working with CSS Grid Layout, I end up with far less CSS than I would have using almost any other method. In this case, the layout-related part of my CSS ended up being less than 30 lines, with only 15 declarations!
I’m so excited about posts like this because it shows just how much fun CSS Grid can be. Likewise, Jules Forrest has been making a number of brilliant experiments on this front where she reimagines complex print layouts or even peculiar menu designs.
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Article Source: Recreating the GitHub Contribution Graph with CSS Grid Layout