35: Ricochet into Brunch
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- Brunch Skeletons
- How to use NPM as a build tool
- Missing the Boat
- Browserify Rails
- The SOLID Principle
- Using CSS Will Change
- Bye Bye Layer Hacks, Hello will-change
- All CSS standards and drafts
- How to Read W3C Specs
- More Meaningful CSS
- Meaningful CSS: Style Like You Mean It
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