Flexbox vs CSS Grid (in 10 seconds)
The difference between Flexbox and CSS Grid in 10 seconds
You need to master both Flexbox and CSS Grid in order to professionally build modern websites & web apps. If you haven't mastered both of them yet, I highly recommend going through my CSS Course.
CSS Grid is a 2-step process. Step 1: create a grid (consisting of columns and rows). Step 2: place grid-items somewhere on that grid.
Flexbox works differently. You pick a direction with Flexbox: either horizontal (row) or vertical (column). Flex-items are then laid out along that direction. The default is horizontal (row).
Because you specify 2 axes in CSS Grid (you use both rows and columns in constructing the grid), CSS Grid is a 'two-dimensional' system.
With Flexbox you specify 1 direction, so it's a 'one-dimensional' system.
That's it, really.
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