I wonder what series of 3.3V CMOS logic gates are the standard in the year 2015.
Decades ago, when I learned about digital logic the 7400 TTL series was just going out of favor for the CD4000 series.
I haven't used any bare CMOS logic gates and flip-flops since then except for toy stuff. Now I'm working on a design where I need some digital logic. The prototype is running using a CPLD, but that seems to be a bit overkill. The design is so small that I can fit it inside three or four logic chips.
Timing and current consumption aren't critical at all. Low price and high availability are more important.
So what kind of digital logic family is the industry using these days?