Materialize CSS - Responsive front-end framework based on Material Design

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Materialize CSS

Responsive front-end framework based on Material Design


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I had been a user of Material CSS for a while, what it really caught my attraction on this framework is how neat the design of the UI and UX. Recently, they had just dropped jQuery as the dependency (version 1 onwards).


Sample Site I made with it

I had a presentation on PWA where the site is fully built with Materialize CSS.

Core Features

  • Neat CSS with classes name that is easy to use.
  • Color platelet available with class names like "blue lighten-2".
  • Support a lot of components with great API samples.
  • UI and UX based on Google Material Design.
  • Open Source.
  • Written in Pure JavaScript, can be added to any framework that you like.

If you want to try out some of the features, you can go to the sample site that I had made https://pwa-web.wenghan.me/ .


Link

https://materializecss.com/


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Hunter: @superoo7



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I just found out that Materialize CSS, no longer support jQuery as a dependency for the next version. Looks very sleek and neat, and the most important is it's opensource.

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