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Material-UI provides React components that implement Google's Material Design. Material-UI is available as an npm package.
It started in 2014, shortly after React came out to the public, and has over 40,000 stars in GitHub. Material-UI is one of the top user interface libraries available for React.
We interviewed Material-UI co-creator and maintainer Olivier Tassinari to learn more about how he manages to balance working on the popular React component library and a full-time job. Read the article here.
Material-UI is available via npm.
Meet Material-UI core maintainer, Olivier Tassinari:
"There are a vast array of open source projects out there, and not all of them are at the same quality level. Tidelift helps people make a more educated decision when evaluating an open source project. This helps alleviate the pressure--and stress--of choosing the best components and libraries when a big, corporate project depends on it."