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With the release of Safari 10.1 this week, four major browsers in the space of a month have implemented support for CSS Grid, an emerging standard for two-dimensional grid layouts in web applications.
For front-end web designers, this is a big deal. In a tweet, Eric Meyer, web development author and co-founder of An Event Apart, said, "Four browsers from four vendors rolled out Grid support in the space of four weeks. That's just stunning. Never been anything like it."
CSS Grid debuted on March 7 in Firefox 52, on March 9 (desktop) and March 27 (Android) for Chrome 57, on March 21 for Opera 44, and March 27 for Safari 10.1.
And one day after Meyer's tweet, a fifth browser, Vivaldi added CSS Grid support.
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