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• Angular 1.x
• MaterialUI, Susy
I just recently started working on a product that uses MaterialUI.
I’m not saying it is bad, but it is frustrating me. As a person with a very strong understanding of CSS (SASS mostly), it is frustrating to see the framework try to make things easier while making them entirely more hard.
It would take one or two classes do a thing in SASS but instead it is accessing a bunch of sub classes already built in and modifying some aspects. And then having to add custom css-in-js for other layout needs.
It feels wrong for 1 element to have 2 different methods and areas to house it’s own styles.
I’m sure I’m going to get used to it soon enough. But it is frustrating now.
Material UI is a incredibly opinionated over bloated piece of crap. I spent 1 hour configuring the material ui data grid just to get multiline text in a cell working.8
MaterialUI? Is it shit?
A brand new code base. Old codebase (old employees) used MaterialUI, locking in a lot of the styling and layout in their grids.
I'm trying to identify the pros/cons that can come from experience using the framework.
Some questions to spark discussion:
Anyone used this in production for a period of time?
Did it hold up? Did the designers hate it?
How was mixing this with SASS etc.