Foundation for Apps vs Pure: What are the differences?
Foundation for Apps: Angular-powered framework for building powerful responsive web apps, from your friends at ZURB. Foundation for Apps is a framework you can use to build better, more polished single-page web applications that work across many devices. We’ve taken what we’ve learned from building the original Foundation framework to build an entirely new framework just for web apps; Pure: A set of small, responsive CSS modules that you can use in every web project. Pure is meant to be a starting point for every website or web app. We take care of all the CSS work that every site needs, without making it look cookie-cutter.
Foundation for Apps and Pure can be primarily classified as "Front-End Frameworks" tools.
Some of the features offered by Foundation for Apps are:
- Vertical Grid
- Independent Scrolling Sections
- Easier Source Ordering
On the other hand, Pure provides the following key features:
- A responsive grid that can be customized to your needs
- A solid base built on Normalize.css to fix cross-browser compatibility issues
- Consistently styled buttons that work with and
Foundation for Apps and Pure are both open source tools. It seems that Pure with 20.1K GitHub stars and 2.07K forks on GitHub has more adoption than Foundation for Apps with 1.65K GitHub stars and 236 GitHub forks.