Install Material-UI, the world's most popular React UI framework.
Material-UI is available as an npm package.
To install and save in your
package.json dependencies, run:
// with npm npm install @material-ui/core@next @emotion/react @emotion/styled // with yarn yarn add @material-ui/core@next @emotion/react @emotion/styled
Or if you want to use
styled-components as a styling engine:
// with npm npm install @material-ui/core@next @material-ui/styled-engine-sc@next styled-components // with yarn yarn add @material-ui/core@next @material-ui/styled-engine-sc@next styled-components
Take a look at the Styled Engine guide for more information about how to configure
styled-components as the style engine.
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Roboto:300,400,500,700&display=swap" />
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/icon?family=Material+Icons" />
// with npm npm install @material-ui/icons@next // with yarn yarn add @material-ui/icons@next
You can start using Material-UI with minimal Front-end infrastructure, which is great for prototyping.
Two Universal Module Definition (UMD) files are provided:
- one for development: https://unpkg.com/@material-ui/core@latest/umd/material-ui.development.js
- one for production: https://unpkg.com/@material-ui/core@latest/umd/material-ui.production.min.js
You can follow this CDN example to quickly get started.
⚠️ Using this approach in production is discouraged though - the client has to download the entire library, regardless of which components are actually used, affecting performance and bandwidth utilization.
⚠️ The UMD links are using the
latest tag to point to the latest version of the library.
This pointer is unstable, it shifts as we release new versions.
You should consider pointing to a specific version, such as v4.4.0.
A set of reusable components for design tools is available, designed to match the React components and to help you craft great products: