waterfall.js - Tired of use creepy hacks or heavy ways to get a Grid based on Pinterest?

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This question has a good point. Yes, there are CSS ways to solve this, using flexbox or columns technic, but this doesn't work well when you don't know about your data/structure. So we have to use JavaScript. The challenge is create a decent algorithm where the structure doesn't matter: Waterfall will work. ⚠️ The latest stable is waterfall-1.0.2 (which is used in the website), newest versions are suffering issues from a major rewrite.

https://github.com/raphamorim/waterfall.js#readme
https://github.com/raphamorim/waterfall.js

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