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Owen McFadzen
Owen McFadzen
5,718 Points

Material Design HTML/CSS

So Google's material design looks good, but how would I implement it into my web apps. Does anyone know of any resources for coding these animations/elements in html/css? Many of the objects are elements that could be reused so there could be a framework?

Any plans for treehouse to have a course talking about this soon?

1 Answer

Herkko Hietanen
Herkko Hietanen
30,501 Points

Google's Polymer project is implementing the material design. However, it is still very much experimental and supports only the evergreen browsers. They are coming up with a angular version of the material design which I am really waiting to get to the 0.1 beta version: (https://github.com/angular/material) and (https://material.angularjs.org/#/)

This is a pretty good place to start if you just want the look of material design is the leaf project: (http://getleaf.com/)

A lot of people have also created single elements that behave materialdesign-likeish. See eg. (http://scotch.io/tutorials/css/google-material-design-input-boxes-in-css3) (http://tympanus.net/Development/CreativeButtons/) (http://codepen.io/mambroz/pen/gFCut)