Whether you're a working front-end developer, a web beginner or somewhere in between, Bootstrap is the ideal way to create fantastic-looking responsive websites, and there's no better way to put it to use than with the Material Design for Bootstrap 4 UI kit (opens in new tab), which is free to download right now.
Bootstrap is the leading web design solution, used by millions of coders; it's easy to learn but powerful with it, and it can produce the slick mobile-first sites that your clients demand with minimal effort on your part. And with Material Design for Bootstrap 4 you can quickly get to work and have a fully-functioning site ready in record time.
Used by over 200,000 developers worldwide and trusted by big names such as Amazon, Sony and Unity, Material Design for Bootstrap 4 is crammed with features designed to make your life easier. Based on the latest version of Bootstrap, it's easy to install – just five minutes and a few clicks and you'll be up and running and ready to create beautiful things.
You'll find yourself almost spoiled for choice by Material Design for Bootstrap 4's selection of free components: it boasts over 400 material UI elements for you to build with, as well as over 600 material icons and more than 70 ready-made CSS animations; just copy and paste what you need and you're good to go.
If you want to make life really easy for yourself, there's even a set of free templates (opens in new tab) for you to choose from; either use them as they are, or tweak them to suit your own purposes. However you choose to build, you'll find that with very little effort you can get better-looking results than you would with vanilla Bootstrap; check out the differences between a simple navbar in MDB (opens in new tab) and plain Bootstrap (opens in new tab) for a basic idea.
Don't be put off if you're new to Bootstrap, either. Material Design for Bootstrap 4 will ease you into things with comprehensive tutorials (opens in new tab) that cover everything you need to know about getting started, from installation and learning about MDB UI kit's file structure through to building landing pages, carousels and corporate websites, with more advanced tutorials to follow.
If you prefer to use AngularJS that's not a problem; there's a special Angular 4 version of MDB (opens in new tab), using Angular CLI and TypeScript, that you can download instead, and there's also a React version on the way.
Material Design for Bootstrap 4 is the easiest way to start delivering beautiful sites quickly; try it today and find out what your web design workflow's been missing.