Design a prototype for a responsive web app

Over the past several years, the web has changed. We're racing away from an advertising web that discusses things, to a web of doing and creating things. We're transitioning to a more app-centric web. People want to build fullscreen, immersive experiences in the browser, and they want these apps to work on any device.

This is why we at ZURB created Foundation for Apps, the first frontend framework created for developing fully responsive web apps. Over the course of this tutorial I'll show how to use our new grid to create an app layout that responds for every device. We'll prototype Angular routes and use our motion classes to add slick animations to our views. From there it's easy to take this prototype and load in live data.

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