In research about progress in development, frameworks show up as sources of good ideas it’s not new. But today i will show you a little piece of framework that can be helpful to have a really good looking website.
Its name is : Materialize.
First of all, what are the basics of this framework ?
Based on : Material Design https://material.io/
What that : Css language, inspired by nature , physical and texture.
What for ? Transform some brutal aspects of fluid and beautiful looks.
How ? Material Components are interactive building blocks for example for smartphones.
Ok, now we can begin :
First of all :
How to use it ?
To install Materialize there are two possibilities :
To download you need to go to materializecss.com then click « Get started » and the green button.
If you just want to compile Materialize on your website you have to write this on your HTML
<!-- Compiled and minified CSS -->
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/materialize/1.0.0/css/materialize.min.css">
For beginners be carefull :
Link is on the Head !
Script is at the Body's end !
Is it ok ? Now we can finally use it !
To understand the structure of this framework :
You want a stylish website ? Certainly, but not in the void. Materialize is based on grid. So keep it in mind to fully manipulate it.
With this you can manipulate elements :
Colors, forms, navbarre, icons and style. Plus, you can also access to Material style in Materialize. The goal here is to simplify the dev's work, you can use tools like text-center or hide elements to simplify tasks.
Is it really a good framework ?
Yes, but in some case, it's a good way to flood your code with a lot of words. Especially when you want a background color, text color or effects in general. Otherwise if you look demos at
you will see masterpieces on how to use this framework.
To finish, my feelings :
It's time to end this article. This framework brings some fluidity experiences. The navigation with Materialize gives really good feedback experiences'.