React Material-UI Cookbook: Build captivating user experiences using React and Material-UI

Build modern day application by implementing Material Design principles in React applications using Material-UI. Key Features Grasp the needs React components for UI elements Master the style and theme of the tools to go along with these components Get to grips with all the React best practices to build a modern application Book Description Material-UI is a component library for rendering UI elements, using modern best practices from React and Material Design. This book will show you how you can create impressive and captivating modern day web apps by implementing Material Design considerations. The primary objective of this book is to help you use several Material-UI components to build larger UI functionality. We will also focus on React best practices in conjunction with Material-UI components – using state, context, and other new React 16.8 features properly. This book will start with layout and navigation and then dive into presenting the information with Material-UI components. It will then talk about the different components for user interactions. By the end of this book, you will know how to improve the look and feel of your applications using Material-UI components. What you will learn Learn to build the overall structure and navigation for your Material-UI app Learn to present simple and complex information in a variety of ways Build interactive and intuitive controls Design portable themes and styles for all of your Material-UI apps Group content into sections using tabs and expansion panels Learn how to design a general page layout with Material-UI grids Use lists for complex data, and cards for detailed information Who this book is for They are JavaScript developers who have some basic knowledge of React and would want to implement Material Design principles in React applications using Material-UI. The reader wants to build a user interface using React components but doesn't want to invent their own style or UX framework.Table of Contents Grids – placing components on the page App bars – the top level of every page Drawers – a place for navigation controls Tabs – group content into tab sections Expansion panels – group content into panel sections Lists – display simple collection data Tables – display complex collection data Cards – display detailed information Snackbars – temporary messages about what just happened Buttons – initiating actions Text – collecting text input Autocomplete and chips – text input suggestions for multiple items Selection – make selections from choices Pickers – selecting dates and times Dialogs – modal screens for user interactions Menus – display actions that pop out toward the user Typography – control font look and feel Icons – enhance icons to match your look and feel Themes – centralize the look and feel aspects of your app Styles – apply feature-specific styles to components

Author: Adam Boduch

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