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I want to build a Backbone App (the API will be in Java / Jersey). We want to use Material Design for the app. Requirements:

  • Material design framework should be fast (its vague i know - but still a requirement)
  • It should be mature enough, that the codebase of the framework won't change completly
  • good documentation

We thought about using materializecss (http://materializecss.com/) but i'm wondering if it is mature enough.

Please recommend a framework that you have seen in production.

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    I am not going give answer because I don't have enough experience working on front-end domain. The MaterialzeCSS is on alpha release. So, we can indicate that project is under development stage right now. You can contribute to them via their Github repository. I found some alternatives on internet, though. I give you a suggestion too, if you are looking for better alternatives than this one, please give us detail of your requirement. For example, comparing with this. – meisyal Jul 15 '15 at 2:01
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    Fabian, we can't help you if you don't say what you want to do with it. Please detail all of your requirements. Cheers! – Nicolas Raoul Jul 15 '15 at 3:14
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    Welcome to Software Recommendations! Sorry to tell you, bat your question goes beyond the scope of this site – which is to find/recommend software for specific needs, not to evaluate software you name. If you're askin for alternatives, please take a look at How to ask for an alternative to some software: you need to name your requirements explicitly (but it would be on-topic then). – Izzy Jul 15 '15 at 7:01
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    Welcome to Software Recommendations! I just took the liberty and rewrote the question to bring it on topic for this site. I'm unsure about how clear it is to the domain experts but I leave it to them to decide that. If you feel I have altered your question too far, you can rollback the edit from the edit history (click on the "edited X min ago" link) – Angelo Fuchs Jul 15 '15 at 8:45

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