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All Things Smashing: Monthly Update

by Iris Lješnjanin

With so much going on, we’ve made it our mission to help you stay on top of things. Of course, you can follow us on social media and subscribe to our RSS feed, but it’s nice to have an overview of the most important things in one place.

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A channel where seasoned developers show how they design, build, work and play. Coming up next: TypeScript For Smashing People with Stefan Baumgartner (Jan 29).

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Accessible Front-End Patterns.

Our new practical book on building accessible and robust interfaces. From accordions and buttons to modals and tables. With bulletproof code samples. Written by Heydon Pickering.

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