The MUI React library is designed from the ground up to be fast, small and developer-friendly. Using the MUI React library you can add MUI components to your React apps and switch seamlessly between MUI CSS/JS and MUI React even within the same app.
bower install mui
npm install --save muicss
The MUI React library is designed to be used server-side or with your build system via the muicss NPM package.
Video for MUI Layouts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8I2YS7OCkpQ
The goal is to wrap every part of Foundation into re-usable React components following the framework's best practices. The primary focus is ease-of-use and extensibility. We use pure render components, also known as stateless components, whenever possible to keep the memory usage to a minimum. Stateful components are only used for larger components, such as ResponsiveNavigation, where state is actually necessary. All components are unit-tested to ensure their quality.
React-Bootstrap is a library of reusable front-end components. You'll get the look-and-feel of Twitter Bootstrap, but with much cleaner code, via Facebook's React.js framework.
React-Bootstrap is a complete re-implementation of the Bootstrap components using React. It has no dependency on either bootstrap.js or jQuery.
You can consume the library as CommonJS modules, ES6 modules via Babel, AMD, or as a global JS script.
React-Bootstrap is compatible with existing Bootstrap themes. Just follow the installation instructions for your theme of choice.
The Bootstrap code is so repetitive because HTML and CSS do not support the abstractions necessary for a nice library of components. That's why we have to write btnthree times, within an element called button.