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As someone who just wants to get as much as possible out of the box, Bootstrap is the one that seems to have the momentum, which leads to more 'extras' and goodies, and more people making sure it works.

I commented on the post, but I wanted to add that bootstrap has a larger ecosystem. I think that is really what will carry it forward. My company makes tools for bootstrap (specifically Jetstrap), and I'm confident the ecosystem will solve some of the dangling problems like helping more people customize the default theme.

I would say, if you're looking for the kitchen sink, don't look at Foundation. It's explicitly not meant to be that kind of solution.

There are many different [responsive] frameworks and most seem to vary in what they're doing, how they're doing it and to what extent they're providing you a system.

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