Wing VS Materialize

Compare Wing vs Materialize and see what are their differences.

Wing

:gem: A beautiful CSS framework designed for minimalists. (by kbrsh)
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Wing Materialize
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2,008 38,724
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0.0 0.0
over 2 years ago 20 days ago
CSS JavaScript
MIT License MIT License
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Wing

Posts with mentions or reviews of Wing. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-07-27.
  • 23 Responsive And Lightweight CSS Frameworks
    16 projects | dev.to | 27 Jul 2021
    Wing is one of the most incredible, lightweight CSS frameworks created for minimalists. It is intuitive; therefore, we need to add the same in our project and everything is styled automatically. It is packed with many features, including styling for most elements, a grid, and few components, all in just 5KB. Wing has a modern style, and therefore it will give a quick start to your project.
  • CSS Deep
    2090 projects | dev.to | 26 Feb 2021
    kbrsh/wing - πŸ’Ž A beautiful CSS framework designed for minimalists.

Materialize

Posts with mentions or reviews of Materialize. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-04-30.
  • What are dos and don'ts for designing a nice looking website, when you are not design savvy
    5 projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 30 Apr 2022
    Material (from Google)
  • Building websites in just HTML/CSS/JS?
    5 projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 16 Apr 2022
    Well, there are CSS frameworks like Bootstrap and Materialize. If you can be more specific about what you're looking for someone can probably recommend something.
  • Difference between materialize-css and material UI
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/codehunter | 13 Apr 2022
    I went through the home page of materializecss and materialUI. The first one mentions A modern responsive front-end framework based on Material Design and the later one mentions React components that implement Google's Material Design. Both of them implements material design and both of them give me components to use. Where exactly is the difference between both of them?
  • Angular - 'Could not find HammerJS'
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/codehunter | 7 Apr 2022
    It may be worth noting that if you have hammerjs installed and your components are still not rendering correctly to make sure you are using angular material components and not html elements with materialize-css classes.If you are using materialize-css instead of angular material, you will need to add it to your project separately.
  • QuranIPFS: Streaming Quran over IPFS
    3 projects | dev.to | 3 Apr 2022
    βœ“ JQuery βœ“ Responsive mobile friendly design βœ“ Mobile drop-down menu βœ“ Lazy loading βœ“ Youtube like preloader progress bar βœ“ Back to top icon βœ“ Cookies (js-cookie) βœ“ SEO meta tags (Google, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest...) βœ“ Structured data and cards βœ“ Using IPFS to stream and download mp3 βœ“ M3U files βœ“ Torrent download βœ“ Responsive HTML5 media player βœ“ Stylish rounded social sharing icons menu βœ“ Media Elements ready βœ“ HLS: to stream and cache MP3 βœ“ PWA ( Service worker, IOS and Android compatible, manifest file...) βœ“ Multilingual website (Google Seo optimized) βœ“ Materializecss βœ“ Hit counter: to calculate the number of visit to each page using Firebase firestore. βœ“ Favorite: save pages to favorite using localStorage. βœ“ Filter receiters with alphabet, number of visit or by favorite. βœ“ Search for receiters by name filter.
  • React Material UI Label Overlaps with Text
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/codehunter | 23 Mar 2022
    Github Issue: https://github.com/Dogfalo/materialize/issues/5995
  • Does Google use Angular for all of its projects? Especially Youtube?
    6 projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 16 Mar 2022
  • Avoiding the Top Nginx Configuration Mistakes
    5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 22 Feb 2022
    > The fact of the matter was that _servers aren't actually easy_. Caddy v1 tried to give the illusion that it is, but it just caused more problems, really.

    You know, as someone who used Caddy v1 pretty extensively (still probably have it running on some of my homelab boxes), i never really ran into those supposed problems. Maybe they'd manifest in more complex configurations, but as a reverse proxy, file host, web server that's integrated with PHP or even something to allow setting up basicauth, i never found it to be lacking.

    That's not to say that Caddy v2 is bad, just that someone for whom v1 worked perfectly might find it a bit cumbersome to move to the newer version, as the old one is no longer supported. Of course, you can say the same about JDK 8 vs JDK 11+ etc.

    > Also, any time someone brings up the malicious fork "wedge", it saddens me.

    If i recall correctly, it just took the project and rebranded it, which isn't necessarily malicious (for example, aggregating and selling users' data would). That's the nature of open source - anyone who wants to do that, can.

    Of course, i think that the fork is also irrelevant because they couldn't actually be bothered to maintain the fork and nobody cared for it, much like how other projects, like Materialize.css, ended up.

    For example, here's the original: https://github.com/Dogfalo/materialize

    Then someone got upset that the project was abandoned (even though they were taking folks Patreon money): https://github.com/Dogfalo/materialize/issues/6615

    They created a fork of their own: https://github.com/materializecss/materialize

    Which promptly died down because there just wasn't enough interest in maintaining it. That's just how things go sometime.

  • Web Development | Which path to follow in Front-End studies?
    20 projects | dev.to | 17 Feb 2022
    Materialize CSS (https://materializecss.com/)
  • Guidance on first front-end UI for a self-developed backend
    4 projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 8 Feb 2022
    Since you mentioned python, I'd suggest something simple like fastAPI as a backend framework, it lets you serve up template pages and I'm using htmx to interact with the backend, writing almost not a single line of JS. I've played with several css frameworks over my time and there you can get some really barebones, basic stuff like skeleton just to make it not look like it was displaying a page styled in 2001. I'm partial to google's material design and materlize makes it pretty easy to get going with decent styling with minimal effort. Also noticed you post in r/selfhosted I spend some time there as well building out my home lab/network/hosting. dm if you have any questions to get started or hit me up on discord.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing Wing and Materialize you can also consider the following projects:

styled-components - Visual primitives for the component age. Use the best bits of ES6 and CSS to style your apps without stress πŸ’…

Bootstrap - The most popular HTML, CSS, and JavaScript framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web.

Killed by Google - Part guillotine, part graveyard for Google's doomed apps, services, and hardware.

Semantic UI - Semantic is a UI component framework based around useful principles from natural language.

Bulma - Modern CSS framework based on Flexbox

w2ui - UI widgets for modern apps. Data table, forms, toolbars, sidebar, tabs, tooltips, popups. All under 120kb (gzipped).

MUI - Lightweight CSS framework

tachyons - Functional css for humans

Foundation - The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world. Quickly create prototypes and production code for sites that work on any kind of device.

Pure - A set of small, responsive CSS modules that you can use in every web project.

Milligram - A minimalist CSS framework.

Spectre.css - Spectre.css - A Lightweight, Responsive and Modern CSS Framework