Angular Core Dependency: ^1.3.15 || >1.4.0-beta.0
Added by: Sam Deering
Material Design is a specification for a unified system of visual, motion, and interaction design that adapts across different devices. Our goal is to deliver a lean, lightweight set of AngularJS-native UI elements that implement the material design specification for use in Angular single-page applications (SPAs).
Please note that using Angular Material requires the use of Angular 1.3.x or higher. Angular Material is targeted for all browsers with versions n-1; where n is the current browser version.
Developers interested in contributing should read the following guidelines:
Please do not ask general questions in an issue. Issues are only to report bugs, request enhancements, or request new features. For general questions and discussions, use the Angular Material Forum.
It is important to note that for each release, the ChangeLog is a resource that will itemize all:
Developers can easily build Angular Material using NPM and gulp.
First install or update your local project's npm tools:
# First install all the NPM tools: npm install # Or update npm update
Then run the gulp tasks:
# To build `angular-material.js/.css` and `Theme` files in the `/dist` directory gulp build # To build the Angular Material Docs and Demos in `/dist/docs` directory gulp docs
For more details on how the build process works and additional commands (available for testing and debugging) developers should read the Build Instructions.
For developers not interested in building the Angular Material library... use bower to install and use the Angular Material distribution files.
Change to your project's root directory.
# To get the latest stable version, use Bower from the command line. bower install angular-material # To get the most recent, latest committed-to-master version use: bower install angular-material#master
Visit Bower-Material for more details on how to install and use the Angular Material distribution files within your own local project.
CDN versions of Angular Material are now available at Google Hosted Libraries.
With the Google CDN, you will not need to download local copies of the distribution files. Instead simply reference the CDN urls to easily use those remote library files. This is especially useful when using online tools such as CodePen, Plunkr, or JSFiddle.
Note that the above sample references the 0.8.3 CDN release. Your version will change based on the latest stable release version.
Please note that the above RawGit access is intended ONLY for development purposes or sharing low-traffic, temporary examples or demos with small numbers of people.
Module stats last updated: 2017-02-28 14:00:04