Material Design for Bootstrap marries together the best of Google’s Material Design and Bootstrap in one easy-to-use framework.
It’s no secret that I love Bootstrap. I’ve started using the new 4.0 Alpha version for my redesign/rebrand project, and that’s been quite an undertaking since there’s a lot that has changed in the way Bootstrap does things.
But while I was researching the new 4.0 Alpha version, I ran across something new and unexpected. May I introduce to you Material Design for Bootstrap, putting together the best of Google’s Material Design and Bootstrap.
A few posts ago, I introduced you to Bootstrap, an HTML+CSS framework that makes formatting websites and pages easier. There are lots of advantages to using Bootstrap, but one of its biggest advantages is the grid system.
With the rise of web standards, the introduction of HTML5, and the advances in CSS in the past decade, CSS frameworks have become an easy way to build websites. No longer do you have to re-invent the wheel each time, instead you can use one of many pre-built frameworks that are feature-packed to quickly produce the results you want, including responsive web pages.