The primary goal of this project is to give all Bootstrap components and elements a Google Material Design look, so it allows web developers to continue using the exact same Bootstrap HTML markup they are familiar with, but presents them a final outcome that is in line with the principles and specifics of Google Material Design.
A secondary goal of this project is to add support for some unique Google Material Design components such as floating buttons and labels, pickers, and steppers, to name a few, which cannot be achieved by transforming existing Bootstrap components.
CSS & HTML
If a Bootstrap component has an exact match in Google Material Design, this project will style this Bootstrap component based on the specifications laid out in Google Material Design Guidelines. For example, Bootstrap's
button = Google Material Design's
If a Bootstrap component lacks an exact match in Google Material Design, the specifications of a closest matching component in Google Material Design Guidelines will be used to style this Bootstrap component. For example, Bootstrap's
navbar = Google Material Design's
If a Bootstrap component lacks completely a related counterpart in Google Material Design, this project will style this component based on our own iteration of Google Material Design Guidelines. For example, Bootstrap's button group, jumbotron and pagination, etc.
Bug fixes and updates alongside Bootstrap 4's continuous releases.
Add missing support for some Google Material Design components (e.g. snackbars).