I'm trying to decide to use Foundation or Bootstrap as a base theme for a redesign, but even if Foundation have a lot of strengths (native sass support as I've read), it seems that it is waaay bigger than Bootstrap.
Zurb compressed file is about 585.16 KB while Bootstrap is 103.27 KB.
Bootstrap is being used by way more people, but that doesn't necessarily mean that it's better. Any insight about their performance?
I've read several articles about their performance, but none about their "Drupal versions" of each theme.
So, my question is: Does a much, much bigger base theme impacts into performance?
It seems that it does, but I've read somewhere that Bootstrap and Foundation are almost equal in terms of performance. How can that be?