[quote=Wayan Jaya][quote=Bob Visser]Hey Chuck!
I answered this yesterday on Twitter:
Here's a recap:
Not entirely sure just yet. For now you can test designing with @getbootstrap 3 (and 4) with #cssgrid (versus float / flex grids). We don’t feel the @ZURBfoundation 6 and @getbootstrap 4 flex grids are future proof. We created Free CSS Grid Builder to get feedback.
Would your advice be not using Foundation6 if it's not future proof?
What he meant by that I think is that the future is with the new CSS grid,, ^ that will one day be replaced by this new way
for new developments, but will of course still be around and in use by millions of sites that have been made using those frameworks.
This new one is best used for trial & error, and getting to know your way around the new way,,, of doing stuff, which although at the moment is still growing,, one day in the not too distant future it will be the way to go.
I wouldn't even think about using it for making a full blown web-site just yet,, (I am in the middle of my second day using it,, it has a great potential, but is a very steep learning curve and a very very different approach required not so much in the doing but in the thinking, and it has quite a few bugs at the moment.
The team at CC haven't released it as a replacement for anything, they have released it as a TRIAL TEST it & SEE.
MY advice would be to download it, and play around with it but not for anything that is going to be a full on web-site, at the moment, Learn the new way so that you can easily slide into it once it gets going full strength, for any serious stuff continue with the old way for the moment,
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