Material-UI
Material-UI

Material-UI

Vendor Review

  1. 5 out of 5

    --- dimension: documentation-quality --- Some of the Material colours are not updated with their code, for ex: A700, A400, A200, A100. Instead they were all replaced with 900 which got a little confusing. We had to go back to the website to cross check and then manually corrrect the Figma file. Overall, it's really good and convenient. Please keep on updating it as seen fit.

  2. 5 out of 5

    --- dimension: customizability --- The quality of the libraray is great. Thanks Material-UI team for working on this. However, I have some questions regarding customization. Say we have different projects that have different colors and themes, what is the best way to customize them in Sketch? Since the Material-UI symbols are imported as a library, if we change the colors, it will affect all projects that are importing the libraray. We tried tools like Camilo but it is not a smooth experience. It would be nice that Material-UI team can document an "official" solution since I belive this is a common use case. The other question is how to leverage this library for wireframing. We have been using the dark libraray so that there is no colors to confuse the developers that they understand this is just wireframing, but still there are different kinds of buttons, for example, making the wireframing process not too effecient. It would be appreciated if there is a wireframing library provided with simplified symbols as well besides light and dark libraries. Just some suggestions. Thanks again for the great work.

  3. 5 out of 5

    --- dimension: design-quality --- I have been searching for the best data grid base for a long time. I have tried various free and paid versions, and they all just missed the mark in one way or another. Until X-Grid! It's still relatively new, but it hits all the marks right out of the gate. It's written using FP and TS and easy to read and extend. I am so happy with it that I am refactoring my production code on a holiday weekend! I hope to contribute to the cause as well. Well done!

  4. 5 out of 5

    --- dimension: code-quality --- Best REACT solution available, renders 3,000,000 fully customizable virtualizeable cells in seconds, docs and team are simply outstanding in quality!

  5. 5 out of 5

    --- dimension: code-quality --- If you're on the fence about whether you should get this or look for any of the other options out there that function as filler for the Pro qualities, just get this. The code quality, support, and documentation make this a no-brainer.

  6. 0 out of 5

    Thanks for the feedback, we have fixed it in v4.13.0

  7. 3 out of 5

    --- dimension: flexibility --- Useful, but I have some scaling issues with many components like text inputs and text area. Some have a fixed width and height, and others are based on the content size. Not very useful for a text input. Some components have repitition and could use the repeat grid to make it easier to change the spacing and to edit quickly. Still worth the buy since it saved me a lot of time.

  8. 5 out of 5

    --- dimension: code-quality --- I'm amazed by the perfect combination of simplicity and customizability. It's so easy to get up and running out of the box by simply defining your column and row data and they take care of the rest for you. Then as you need more customizability, refer to the API documentation for quite literally anything you could ever want or need. It's also so performant with large data sets thanks to their use of virtualization. This is without a doubt the best solution for the tabulation of large datasets within the React ecosystem!

  9. 5 out of 5

    --- dimension: customer-support --- I like it. It's not perfect, but it's getting there and these guys are always on it when stuff comes up. Saves time for sure. One thing I would say is that for those devs that contribute or have helped add value in some way to MUI, it might be nice to get access to this on an open source license.

  10. 0 out of 5

    The issue should have been fixed in v4.13.0.

  11. 4 out of 5

    --- dimension: design-quality --- Really well made sketch library, easily worth the money. I'm making changes of course, but this saved my team probably 70 hours of work.

  12. 5 out of 5

    --- dimension: code-quality --- Very performant, which was a pleasant surprise, and quite comprehensive in its functionality. Definitely the best react data grid available right now.

  13. 5 out of 5

    --- dimension: feature-availability --- While component is still in development it is feature rich and performance is suitable for larger datasets. Added bonus is perfect fit with the rest of Material-UI components :-)

  14. 0 out of 5

    Thanks for the feedback. We have taken care of the issue in v4.14.0.

  15. 4 out of 5

    --- dimension: bugs --- Theme works great but some of the icons only show a blank box instead of the vector. I think this is due to a layer ordering issue where the bounding box is above the vector icon itself. Workaround is to turn off the bounding box, but all the icons should work plug and play. Only reason I dropped it from 5 to 4. Otherwise this has sped my designs up incredibly well and I am overall very satisfied with the library.

  16. 0 out of 5

    Thanks for the feedback. We have fixed it in v4.13.0. The warning about the 20,000 layers was specific to the data table component. It came from a large number of embedded component states. The kit was created on a 2015 MacBook Pro, and its performance was good enough for daily usage, at least in our experience.

  17. 2 out of 5

    --- dimension: design-quality --- It is really slow to use - warns about the number of layers in components (over 20k) - hangs too many times as a result

  18. 5 out of 5

    --- dimension: design-quality --- This is the best $69 I've spent on my startup. I wish I had this kit when I first learned Figma. This kit is such a great equalizer for new and upcoming designers. The quality of the kit (v4.13) can't be overstated: it's got wonderful organization and the implementation of Variants is well executed. Support is prompt to respond with questions and comments. You won't regret purchasing this bangin kit.

  19. 0 out of 5

    Thanks for the feedback, and sorry that you weren't able to use this with Zeplin. The issue should have been fixed in v4.13.0. As discussed, the symbols were implemented in Sketch using a "master symbols" approach: https://medium.com/ux-power-tools/a-better-way-to-make-buttons-in-sketch-6c23470f27c. Since it appears to be an issue with Zeplin, we would suggest reporting it to them, or perhaps trying a different hand-off solution, such as Sketch Cloud or InVision.

  20. 2 out of 5

    --- dimension: code-quality --- This is a great tool to spin things up quickly -- but it exports poorly to any tools we need to share with developers. So poorly that it's unusable to get hi-fi wireframes done quickly without tearing the library apart.