With all the excitement (and great work) going on with Bootstrap for Moodle, I thought it would be fun to look at other frameworks and see how hard/easy it would be to integrate.
I chose Zurb's Foundation 4 which offers some similarities to Twitter's Bootstrap but also some different and cool features like:
- the best accessibility, usability, and rtl support of any theme!
- awesome mobile support (I guess that's usability...)
- integration for people that know Foundation*
*Yes I'll be using specifier classes like "row" and "large-8" instead of compiling SASS. The reason is this: I want people who know Foundation to be able to easily develop for Moodle, not vice-versa. If you disagree with this, Foundation has awesome documentation of their mixins - feel free to recompile for Moodle.
- My initial import has been made at my github repo: thedannywahl/foundation4-for-moodle2
- demo available at my Moodle dev site
- 2 column/1 column grid is complete
- rtl is complete (yay, it's sooo easy!)
- custommenu: kind of...
- navbar: kind of...
- wire-up js
- wire-up styles (by rewriting renderers...)
- responsive tables
Check it out, test it, contribute (at github please...)!