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Upgrade grid break points #7230

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afc163 commented Aug 16, 2017

close #5122

  1. Change default grid break points.

  2. Make form layout responsive defaultly.


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Merging #7230 into antd-3.0 will not change coverage.
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@afc163 afc163 force-pushed the upgrade-grid-break-point branch from 9207d4d to 0ffb64c Aug 16, 2017

@afc163 afc163 merged commit 2dedc5e into antd-3.0 Aug 16, 2017

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codecov/project 86.35% remains the same compared to b0da6ad
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@afc163 afc163 deleted the upgrade-grid-break-point branch Aug 16, 2017

@yesmeck yesmeck referenced this pull request Nov 19, 2017


Ant Design 3 RC #8233

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