Yo ZURB, just wondering if you can expand a little on your thought process behind the new Prototype Utilities in F6.4?
The blog and some documentation says, "we're beginning to be much more explicit about parts of the framework that are intended for rapid prototyping but should not be part of your production project."
Fair enough, it makes sense to remove bloat from production code. But then I take a look at what's been deprecated, and it looks like almost everything used on a typical site -- visibility classes, typography, responsive classes, button styles, etc.
So, what's your view of the best practice here; that production environments should be built mostly from scratch instead of using Foundation's stuff?
Also, I noticed that app.scss in the zurb template still has entries such as:
I thought those go away now, becoming something like @include foundation-prototype-text-utilities instead? Or am I misunderstanding everything?