Sprout Social’s design system, Seeds, has done a lot of growing up since it launched in October of last year. When we launched, our system was home to four categories of guidelines and principles: Brand, Visual, Writing, and Product. A healthy showing, for sure, but something was suspiciously missing — components.
A few weeks ago, we announced the beta of our official React support, making it possible for developers to build quality apps for mobile, desktop, and the web using React and standard web development techniques.
Material Design is a design language that was first introduced by Google in 2014. It’s a visual language that makes use of grid-based layouts, responsive animations and transitions, padding, and depth effects such as lighting and shadows.
Until someone makes react-native-bootstrap (which does not exist yet, by the way), here are a number of other React Native UI Toolkits that you can use to bootstrap (get it?) your next React Native project
The Syncfusion React UI components library is the only suite that you will ever need to build an application since it contains over 60 high-performance, lightweight, modular, and responsive UI components in a single package.