One of the most popular set of React components that implements the standardized Google’s Material Design Guidelines. The philosophy behind Material Design is to deliver high-quality output consistently across platforms while reducing user cognitive loads by mimicking the physical world. With the huge popularity of Material UI comes great community support making it ideal for startup projects.
From the makers of the Chinese giant Alibaba comes a full-fledged enterprise-class UI design framework for web applications. Offering high quality React components out of the box Ant Desing is written in TypeScript and offers support for most of the modern browsers, Electron as well as Server-side rendering.
Evergreen is a beautiful, open-source pragmatic UI kit from Segment. It promotes the belief that you can never predict future requirements so it offers a stable base with components built on a React UI Primitive which allows for extensive customization. It features a UI design language suitable for large, demanding enterprise-grade web apps.
Semantic UI React
The official React integration of Semantic UI influenced by the semantic style of HTML. It’s UI components are divided into 5 descriptive categories:
- UI Element – a basic building block like a button
- UI Collection – a group of multiple elements that are not dependent
- UI View – a piece of website content
- UI Behavior – a component that is used to inject functionality into other components and can’t be used independently
All of the components have states, types, and variations and are designed with
em units for responsive sizing.
Twitter’s Bootstrap is definitely one of the most popular frameworks up to date and React Bootstrap is the official implementation kit for the newest, fourth version of the framework. It‘s reliable, straightforward and offers great support from the community.
Palantir’s Blueprint is all about complex data-dense applications ideal for building finance, trading, and data/metric heavy websites. The idea behind its component architecture is to keep things flexible by letting users combine atomic components into higher-level ones.
A mobile-first react-based framework that provides modularity, theming and responsiveness in a tidy package. It provides support for W3c’s WCAG 2.1 spec out of the box and embraces atomic design methods for composing components and tailoring them to your needs. You can also easily prototype your components before using them with their official themer and designer.
Marin joined Tilde Loop because he wanted to work in an ambitious environment with international clients. He loves DJing, gaming, and football.