There are just too many too choose from.

I was going to list'em all here but will refer you to this article, Best UI Frameworks for your new React.js App. instead.

There is one not mentioned there, which is Atlaskit created by Atlassian (best known for JIRA).
I've never used Atlaskit but it seems not too overbearing or too flat like other Material based components.

I've used Ant-Design and wasn't so bad to work with.

And lastly, there is a React framework called React-admin (Material based), which lets you build administrative pages.

What you need to be aware of when using those components is that,

  1. harder to upgrade React (for new features) unless components are updated by the vendor
  2. learning curve for theme customization is long
  3. a11y (accessibility) is hard to do as you cannot inject a11y tag such as aria-label if components doesn't expose a way to inject.

For themes, checkout Creative Tim (sorry, never used it but only heard of it here and there.).

 
 

Wow, it looks cool.
I probably won't be able to give you a feedback until I play around with it, though...

 

Depends on what your trying to do on the UI side of things? There are premade components you could always import into your project and use as needed - the one that comes to mind is: ant.design/

 
 

Hey hey Kambala, could you share where most of the time is being sunk when working on the UI portion? Are you talking about designing, reading documentation of a library or just making design decisions that is keeping you from focusing on writing functionality?

 
 

ant design, bootstrap, semantic, bulma etc.
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