Daemonite's Material UI is a cross-platform and fully responsive front-end interface based on Google Material Design, built using Bootstrap 4.

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Currently v4.0.0-alpha.6
(based on Bootstrap v4.0.0-alpha.6)


The basic idea behind this project is to combine the visual language of Google Material Designopen_in_new with the front-end technology of the popular Bootstrapopen_in_new framework.



The primary goal of this project is to give all Bootstrap components and elements a 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.

Therefore, the Bootstrap's documentationopen_in_new can serve as a valid documentation for this project as well. Replacing bootstrap.min.css on the site with material.min.css from this project without any other changes will transform all components and elements into a materialised look.


A secondary goal of this project is to add support of some unique Material Design components such as floating action buttons, pickers and steppers, to name a few, which cannot be achieved by transforming existing Bootstrap components or elements.

Because these components will require additional markup (some may require additional JavaScript), they will be documented separately in Material's documentation (work-in-progress).



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 buttons = Google Material Design's buttons.

Some of the Bootstrap components seem to lack an exact match in Google Material Design, but this may be simply due to different naming conventions. For example, Bootstrap's navbars is very much the same as Google Material Design's toolbars.

If a Bootstrap component does not have 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 badges = Google Material Design's chips.

If a Bootstrap component lacks a related counterpart in Google Material Design completely, this project will style this component based on our own iteration of Google Material Design Guidelines. For example, Bootstrap's button groups, jumbotrons and paginations, etc.


No modification has been made to Bootstrap's JavaScript. It is safe to use Bootstrap's JavaScript as it is.

However, in order to achieve some Material feel and look, Material includes a handful of additional JavaScript to help bring some of the components to life.



Bug fixes and updates alongside Bootstrap 4's continuous releases.


Add missing support for some Google Material Design components (e.g. snackbars).


Rewrite all JavaScript plugins in ES6 to take advantage of the newest JavaScript enhancements.