This is more like a discussion blog post. Also, is my very first blog post here in DEV.to yay! 🎉🎉🎉
So just recently I've been getting my hands dirty on learning ReactJS. I'm a student (not currently in university) and I love programming both on Web and Mobile. I chose ReactJS because of its capabilities to develop for both Web and Mobile and also because it's one the trending libraries today.
Previously, I've made quite a few web apps with Google's Polymer 2.0 and I can say that it was really awesome using Polymer 2.0. One of the major benefits of using Polymer 2.0 was (for me) the design. It was all
material-ly and has this
googlish feel to it which I really loved.
Now that I'm learning and probably switching to ReactJS (specifically for the web) I'm looking for some design frameworks that I can use. I'm really quite lazy on the css stuff and I prefer working on the functionality and the look of the app without the nitty-gritty work of css.
Recently I've come across react-mdc but noticed that it hasn't been in development for almost a year now. I like the
material look of it though, but I'm wondering what you are using and what are your recommendations?
Thanks for DEV.to for this amazing community btw! The articles and the nuts on this site are really awesome! Learning a lot of stuff here.