Since the release of Foundation 4, we've had people asking us to update the Foundation 3 stencils to the latest version of our framework. Well, we heard you and now we present the new and improved stencil sets, now Foundation 4 ready!
When we created the stencil sets for the first time, we knew it would help us produce wireframes and mock-ups faster. This is one of the reasons we decided to update the stencils to the latest version of our framework. We also want to make sure that everyone …
…let go. After taking our Foundation class, he came up with a jury-rig that combines Foundation 4 with IE8-friendly Foundation 3.
Below is what he came up with, which looks fairly solid.
And after the close body tag:
The conditionals determine which version of Foundation loads. and older will grab Foundation 3 code. Others, Foundation 4.
If you use Foundation 4 but need to support older browsers, this unofficialmay do the …
…people Apache , Foundation Linux Foundation or FreeBSD Foundation . A Foundation structure shows to the world there is a non-profit organization behind the project, with the success of the project as its mission, which can streamline the process of sponsorships and donations. A Foundation …chose to brief and seek feedback from before it was announced publicly. A Foundation is a form of governance for many mature open source projects, such as
…Startup , which Blank hopes to have in hundreds of locations in 2013. Next, this now stands as the world's largest entrepreneurial education group, with hundreds of facilitators and coaches around the globe. The Foundation has formalized these events into a three week course called
Those are just the highlights of Blank's presentation — believe us, it's worth watching in full.
…NSString , the non-mutable string type used when developing for OS X's Foundation framework. If you have, it's likely that you've seen assignments that look like this: NSString *myString = @"Hello, world!";
The @ is a handy bit of shorthand that specifies to the compiler that Hello, world! is an NSString literal. Without this bit of syntactic sugar, we'd have to write the above line of code like so: NSString *myString = [NSString stringWithCString:"Hello, …
…virtual worlds enthusiast,developer, game dev hobbyist and e-sports fan. He loves movies (his favorite one is Ghost World by Terry Zwigoff) and sci-fi books (especially Isaac Asimov's Foundation Series).
Thank you Jarek and good luck with your engineering thesis!
* If you didn't get it right away - there is a sad, weeping dragon on the cake
MacRuby " MacRuby is an implementation of MacRuby.org1.9 directly on top of core technologies such as the runtime and garbage collector, the compiler infrastructure and the Foundation and ICU frameworks. It is the goal of MacRuby to enable the creation of full-fledged Mac OS X applications which do not sacrifice performance in order to enjoy the benefits of using Ruby." From
…changed to meet the evolving needs of our business, reflecting our four pillars: Services, Foundation, Product and Expo. That had to carry across our sites and into ZURB.com.
Evolving Our Brand and Reaffirming Who We Are
This year, we celebrate our 15th birthday. We're still "design for people" at our very core after all these years. People are at the heart of what we do, how we design. We're not just designing pretty pixels, we're designing products that …
…attending, don't miss out. He'll also be chatting aboutand Foundation 4.
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Headed to Helsinki
But we're not just keeping our Foundation Tour within Webshaped 2013 on May 23, 2013 . This isn't our first international …borders. We're headed across the over to , , which was declared the World Design Capital in . Jonathan will be a speaker and guest at
…snazzy new footer, we've developed a pattern that tells our story and works across our property spectrum. We've come a long way and we're doing big things. We were taking a stand, marking the four pillars of ZURB: Services, Foundation, Products and Expo.
Footloose and Fancy Free
A footer says a lot about your business. It says much more than the health of your company. It says who you are. And it must evolve as you do.