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5. Materialize Components

Anirudh Prabhu and Aravind Shenoy2

(1)A-403, Govardhan Nagar, Mumbai, India

(2)C-wing, 809/810, Mahavir Trinkets, Behind Huma Adlabs C-wing, 809/810, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

In the last chapter, you looked at the JavaScript-powered components in Materialize. In this chapter, you will touch base with the components that are a blend of JavaScript and CSS.

The very reason for using a CSS framework is to use its built-in user interface components. With its fantastic grid system and components, it is fairly easy to develop intricate web sites. In this chapter, you will take a look at various CSS ...

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