CSS Intrinsic Sizing
Extends the CSS sizing properties with keywords that represent content-based "intrinsic" sizes and context-based "extrinsic" sizes, allowing CSS to more easily describe boxes that fit their content or fit into a particular layout context.
CSS intrinsic sizing is now on the Microsoft Edge backlog. You can track status changes at https://dev.modern.ie/platform/status/cssintrinsicsizing/
We UX/UI people really need this capability (similar to -webkit-fill-available) in IE. Have mercy Microsoft!
If you are serious about CSS Grid, then Intrinsic Sizing is crucial.
Vahid Amiri Motlagh commented
I need this right now. ****
Absolutely insane to not support this. It's almost 2018, been using this for years in Chrome.
A Dev commented
We need this! (especially for Flexbox)
Jp DeVries commented
Need this super bad for flexible grid layouts
Want sizing. commented
Just do it!
Tom Byrer commented
All the other cool kids support it ;) http://caniuse.com/#feat=intrinsic-width
Lee Burnell commented
Considering responsive design is pretty huge (and has been for some time now) not having intrinsic sizing is somewhat archaic. It should have been added a long time ago.
Ben Frain commented
Really handy when you want to scroll flexbox items that live inside a flex container. Without these values it is not possible to solve problems like this: http://codepen.io/benfrain/pen/NPKzXM
Eddie Staples commented
What Kevin said.
Kevin Lozandier commented
There's no reason not to have CSS Intrinsic sizing given how important they are to maximize the use of Flexbox, Flexbox 2 (upcoming0, and CSS Grid layout modes.