Foundation is the world's most advanced front-end framework. Made by ZURB, a design company in California, Foundation makes it easy to design beautiful responsive websites and apps that look amazing on any device. Foundation is semantic, readable, flexible, and completely customizable. This framework is the result of building web products & services since 1998.
Ask Zurb Foundation about:
- Foundation 6.4
- Foundation 7
- XY Grid
- How to get involved
- Webpack integration
- Responsive web design
- Front-end development
- The future of the web
What an incredible AMA! Thank you all so much for spending your afternoon with us, we hope we were able to answer all your questions fully and share a few insights along the way. We want to extend a special thank you to our contributors and in particular, the Yetinauts who have been working incredibly hard to take Foundation to the next level. YOU GUYS ROCK! We’re stoked about the future of Foundation, and we’ll be sharing some of our thinking very soon our blog.
💻 Be sure to bookmark http://zurb.com/blog and check back frequently in the next few weeks for updates!
✉️ Sign up to the Foundation Insider to get the inside scoop before anyone else: http://foundation.zurb.com/learn/foundation-insider.html
📚 The best way to learn Foundation is directly from our team. We offer two live online courses that will build up the in-demand front-end development skills employers are looking for:
• Intro to Foundation: http://zurb.com/university/foundation-intro
• Advanced Foundation: http://zurb.com/university/advanced-foundation-training
⁉️ If you have questions, want to get involved, or need help, feel free to reach out to us @ZURBFoundation on Twitter or through email: foundation (at) zurb (dot) com!
👋 Thanks again and keep in touch!
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For how long will the the majority of websites stick to floating grids, before moving on to new methods like CSS Grid and flexbox? Is it just Browser Support that holds us back, or do developers just need more time to adapt it? Lemme hear your thoughts!
The extra effort you all put in with XY Grid is really appreciated. I'm looking forward to it!