Introducing ng2-materialize for Angular
In the Web community, developers tend to use technologies that use Web Components like Angular and React. However, UI libraries are not always composed or wrapped into components. At SherWeb, we’ve been using and re-using many components and UI libraries. So, we decided to create our own wrap of the library we use the most across our applications.
We’re pleased to announce the release of our first open source library named ng2-materialize!
The purpose of our ng2-materialize library is to simplify the usage of Materialize within the Angular framework.
Also, all the components we needed were already available with Angular. There are real benefits in using this external library. First, it is reliable, and second, it’s unaware of the environment where it is executed, so it can be used in several projects. This makes it a shareable library that can be used and improved by the community. Anyone can contribute without requiring much involvement on our side, thanks to the continuous integration and continuous delivery.
Ng2-materialize is available today on GitHub.
We’re excited to hear any feedback from the community, and contributions are welcome.
Stay tuned to learn more about Web Components!