Chapter 9. The Materialize Framework

We introduced the Materialize framework in the previous chapter and set up a project with it. There is a lot more to the framework than we have seen and it contains extensive CSS and JavaScript elements, as well as many predefined material components. One of Materialize's greatest strengths is the minimal amount of code required to implement Material Design. This means that we can cover a lot of ground in this chapter, as most components and elements can be demonstrated quickly and easily, starting with the built-in material components.

It should be noted, particularly for those without a lot of experience with frameworks, that there are many more components available than those covered here. Web frameworks ...

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