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Material-UI is now part of the Tidelift Subscription

Brenna Heaps
by Brenna Heaps
on August 21, 2018

We’re happy to share that the Tidelift Subscription now includes support for Material-UI!

Material Design is a popular design language for web and mobile applications that was developed by Google in 2014. With the components from the Material-UI library it’s simple  to make use of Material Design elements in your React web or mobile application.

Co-creator Olivier Tassinari and core maintainer Matt Brookes have both officially joined the Tidelift team of lifters and will be providing assurances for Material-UI as part of the Tidelift Subscription.

"I want to empower people to build great UIs. It should be easy and fast," Olivier said. "I love working on Material-UI; it's challenging and rewarding. The community is driving most of the improvements. It's bigger than me."

You can learn more about Material-UI by visiting the project site.

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