The 9 Best Material Design Frameworks to Use in 2016
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Material design was developed by Google, with the basic idea to synthesize the classic principles of good design with the innovation and possibility of technology and science.
Material design is a three-dimensional environment containing light, material, and cast shadows.
In this Collection Post, I’ll list the Top 9 Best Material Design Frameworks.
You can always expect the components to be up to date with the latest standards.
Materialize is a modern responsive front-end framework based on Material Design. It’s really simple to start using this framework, especially for people familiar with Bootstrap.
MUI is the lightest material design framework on our list, without any external dependencies.The MUI CSS can be easily customized by using the SASS.
MUI has a small download size to help pages load as quickly as possible:
- mui.min.css – 6.6KB (gzipped)
- mui.min.js – 5.4KB (gzipped)
Angular Material is both a UI Component framework and a reference implementation of Google’s Material Design Specification.
Polymer is also a Google Product. Polymer Paper elements are a set of visual elements that implement Google’s Material Design.
Material-UI is a set of React Components that Implement Google’s Material Design. You need to know React before diving into Material-UI. There is two themes user can choose from – light and dark.
Ionic Material is an extension library for Ionic hybrid mobile app. Unlock the depth, motion & ink specs of Google’s material design with easy-to-add-on classes.
This framework containing the best features of both of them, Material Design and Bootstrap. It’s fully responsive and compatible with all the browsers.
LumX is the responsive front-end framework based on AngularJS & Google Material Design specifications. It provides a full CSS Framework built with Sass and a bunch of AngularJS components.
These frameworks are really awesome to create a website.
Did I missed any Awesome Framework?
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