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Materialize, a CSS Framework based on material design

Current Version : v0.98.1

Sass Requirements:

  • Ruby Sass 3.3+, LibSass 0.6+

Supported Browsers:

Chrome 35+, Firefox 31+, Safari 7+, IE 10+

Changelog

Bolded styling surrounded by emojis indicates a breaking change.

  • v0.98.1 (March 21st)

    • Fixed various select bugs on mobile devices
    • Fixed small sideNav overlay bugs
    • Fixed carousel resizing bug
    • Fixed materialbox callback bug
    • Range slider supports keyboard navigation
    • Added XL breakpoint
    • Added Pulse CSS effect
    • Added Feature Discovery component
  • v0.98.0 (January 25th)

    • 🙅 Standardized plugin option naming to camelcase (please check your plugin calls to make sure all the options are camelcase) 🙅
    • Added FABs in image cards
    • Added swipeable tabs
    • Fixed carousel misalignment when switching quickly
    • Fixed carousel resize bug where slide widths wouldn't change when changing window size
    • Improved tabs compatibility with cards
    • Fixed bug where using backspace to delete chips would navigate back in certain browsers
    • Added autocomplete integration with chips
    • Upgraded noUiSlider to version 9 with support for vertical sliders
  • v0.97.8 (October 30th, 2016)

    • Refactored Modal plugin
    • Tabs now supported in navbar
    • Chips data can now be reinitiailized
    • Minor side nav fixes
    • FAB to toolbar component added
    • Fixed dropdown options bug
  • v0.97.7 (July 23rd, 2016)

    • Basic horizontal cards
    • Carousel bug fixes and new features
    • Updated sidenav styles and new component
    • Meteor package now supports Sass
    • Autocomplete form component
    • Chips jQuery plugin

Contributing

Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for more information

Testing

We use Jasmine as our testing framework and we're trying to write a robust test suite for our components. If you want to help, here's a starting guide on how to write tests in Jasmine