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Build beautiful, usable products with Material Components for iOS, Android, web, and Flutter.

What’s new

The latest Material Components, tutorials, and documentation

FEB 27, 2019

Cards

Card behavior updated to align with guidance across all platforms.

FEB 27, 2019

Android – Extended FAB

New Floating Action Button (FAB) component capable of containing text.

FEB 27, 2019

iOS – Ripple

Update to improve the behavior, appearance, and state support of the visual ripple.

FEB 27, 2019

Web – Text Field

Update to enable the display of character count, as well as a text field variant without a built-in label.

Developer resources

Enhance your engineering workflow with Material Components and documentation.

Web quick start guide
Web quick start guide

Web – Documentation

Web quick start guide

First time using Material Components? Here’s an overview of how to customize and implement our code to easily create web apps.

Bottom navigation
Bottom navigation

Android – Components

Bottom navigation

Bottom navigation bars make it easy to explore and switch between top-level content views.

Tutorials

Start implementing Material Components with these hands-on lessons for Java, Kotlin, Objective C, Swift, web, and Flutter.

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Web 101: Material basics
Web 101: Material basics

Google Developers

Web 101: Material basics

Learn the basics of using Material Components for the web by building a simple app with core components.

Swift 102: Structure and layout
Swift 102: Structure and layout

Google Developers

Swift 102: Structure and layout

Learn how to use Material for structure and layout on iOS in Swift.

Flutter 103: Theming with color, shape, motion, and type
Flutter 103: Theming with color, shape, motion, and type

Google Developers

Flutter 103: Theming with color, shape, motion, and type

Discover how Material Components for Flutter make it easy to differentiate your product and express your brand through design.