With the release of Foundation 6, Zurb is promising lots of new stuff. Let’s take all of this new stuff into the light and see what we’ve got. Here is a review of everything for the sixth edition of Foundation, as straightforward and concentrated as possible.
Vaclovas ViciusFront End Engineer
When Vaclovas is not watching the “Pursuit of Happyness” he writes elegant CSS and HTML as one of our prototypers. Vaclovas started using computers at the young age of eight, and continued to build websites and do network support for one of the local Internet Service Providers as he was working through school.
A big fan of basketball (and what Lithuanian isn’t, really?), Vaclovas dreamt of becoming a politician when he grew up. We’re happy that little dream didn’t come to fruition and that he can create value for our customers instead.
Vaclovas considers himself a bit of a foodie and loves to try out new cuisines and dishes. Having grown up in Lithuania, Vaclovas’ palette has been hardened with culinary masterpieces such as headcheese, pigs feet soup, and smoked pigs ears.
How long is one second for you? Two seconds? Three? Ten? These questions came to mind, eventually prompting a switch to Sass as our CSS preprocessor.
It’s no secret that people are fascinated by speed–fastest car, fastest runner, fastest computer processor, even fastest website. In today’s tech industry, optimizing your website via responsive web design is a must to achieve top speed and performance. This is especially true as a fifth of the world’s population accesses the internet via mobile devices. Because of this, websites need the ability to quickly adapt to a variety of devices.