The documentation explains what Foundation components are supported, and shows how to use them as AngularJS directives. The authors created it after they noticed people on Stack Overflow asking about AngularJS directives for Foundation, and finding the existing solutions less complete.
It includes Mocha unit tests and should run in IE 9 or above. It currently supports most of PHP's keywords, and even has basic class support. The demo is interactive, so you can try editing the PHP source to see what happens.
// Start with a webdriver instance:
var sw = require('selenium-webdriver');
var driver = new sw.Builder()
// And then...
var chai = require('chai');
var chaiWebdriver = require('chai-webdriver');
// And you're good to go!
chai.expect('#site-container h1.heading').dom.to.not.contain.text("I'm a kitty!");
It works with Selenium, chromedriver, PhantomJS, and SauceLabs.