Charlotte has experimenting with a nice discrete bit of flexbox on her personal site. Here she documents what she did, and what the fallback is.
Aaron documents his process of implementing Heydon’s clever quantity queries in CSS.
I am really looking forward to hearing Heydon’s talk at Responsive Day Out.
Practical examples showing where you can use flexbox right now, along with some strategies on how to start doing it.
This time it’s a great article by Karen Menezes filled with practical examples showing where you can use flexbox today.
A really handy interactive intro to flexbox. Playing around with the properties and immediately seeing the result is a real help.
Zoe uses one little case study to contrast two different CSS techniques: display-table and flexbox. Flexbox definitely comes out on top when it comes to true source-order independence.
Here’s a clever use of flexbox: have a form field stretch to fill up most of the space and a button fill up what’s left.
Using flexbox to creata a narrow-column stacking order that’s unrelated to the source order.
Stephen gives an excellent run-down of flexbox and how you can use it today.