Materialize CSS From Scratch With 5 Projects [Video]

By Brad Traversy
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About this video

The author has created a completely custom HTML learning environment for the first few sections of this course. Each lecture has an html page associated with it and has a start state. As we move along through the lectures, you code along with him learning all that Materialize offers including CSS components, utilities, JS widgets and more. 5 Real Projects/Themes. We will create the following projects from scratch..Travelville - A travel agency website/theme (Carousel slider, autocomplete, scrolling navigation)Quazzu - Cloud hosting theme (SideNav, cards, CSS overlays)Madmin - Interactive admin theme (Working todo list, charts, preloader, counter script)BizLand - Business consultation theme with a full screen landing page (Scrollfire, Google maps integration)Galappear - Graphic design portfolio (Uses Sass and scrollfire for scroll animations)

Style and Approach

This course is for anyone that knows basic HTML and a little CSS that wants to take their frontend website and UI creation to the next level using the Materialize CSS framework which is based off of Google's Material Design scheme.

Publication date:
May 2018
Publisher
Packt
Duration
10 hours 25 minutes
ISBN
9781789538724

About the Author

  • Brad Traversy

    Brad Traversy has been programming for around 12 years and teaching for almost 5 years. He is the owner of Traversy Media, a successful web development YouTube channel. He specializes in everything from HTML5 to front-end frameworks, such as Angular, as well as server-side technologies, such as Node.js, PHP, and Python. Brad has mastered the art of explaining very complex topics in a simple, easy-to-understand manner.

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