Nope, nothing different with ABS, other than it's very sensitive to air bubbles, so make sure you bleed them well. 10mm wrench for the bleeder valve and a helper to pump the pedal.
Put a small hose on the bleeder valve, and the other end in a catch container of some sort. Give a command to the helper (such as "down") to instruct them to depress the brake pedal and hold. I had my helped pump twice and hold on the second. Then they repeat the command once they're holding. Open the valve 1/4 to 1/2 turn for 1-3 seconds, then close and give the "up" command. Repeat this process 3-7 times, or however it takes. Check the fluid after every caliper to make sure you don't run it too low.