Implementing a prebuilt grid layout

We've touched on the basics of creating grids; these can be really time consuming to create from scratch, so with so many already available online, it makes better sense to use a prebuilt version unless your requirements are such that you can't find one that works for you! It is worth spending time researching what is available, as no two grids are the same.

As an example of what is available and to prove that we don't need all the bells and whistles that grids can offer, let's take a look at an example grid, in the form of Gridism. We can see an example of how our next demo looks like when completed, in this screenshot:

Although this library has been around for two to three years, its simplicity proves that ...

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