Originally published at: http://www.sitepoint.com/top-5-material-design-frameworks-use-2015/
Google's Material Design has taken the internet UI world by storm. Since it's implementation on Google's Inbox and then slowly on other websites of Google, a great deal of web applications like Telegram have started using Material Design. Material Design has introduced us to a simple yet meaningful philosophy of modern UI design.
Material Design is one of the most impressive design philosophies that we have seen and most of us want to implement this into our websites easily, so let us present before you five of the best material design frameworks to use in your project.
Angular Material is the implementation of material design in AngularJS.
The websites states:
Similar to the Polymer project's Paper elements collection, Angular Material is supported internally at Google by the Angular.js, Material Design UX and other product teams.
The project is open-source and the source code of the project is available on Github.
Material UI is a CSS Framework and a Set of React Components that Implement Google's Material Design. Although this framework is quite robust, you might want to skip this one if you are not interested in working with Facebook's React.
You can access the repository of Material UI here.
MUI CSS Framework
MUI CSS Framework is a lightweight HTML, CSS and JS framework for sites that follow Google's Material Design guidelines. It also provides an easy bootstrap like solution for your front-end requirements.
Interested in contributing code to the project? You can find it's repository here.