Material UI refers to already finished react components that enable developers easier and faster development of their projects. Material UI has an extensive documentation on how to install Material UI, all the components that exist, how to use those components or how to customise components if the default style is not to your liking.
Installation of Material UI is very easy. One simple command is enough to install it and you
are ready to use it.
The usage of components is equally easy. Here is a simple example on how to use Button component.
And the result is as shown bellow.
Some other often used components are:
Date and Time picker controls
You can also find different navigation components, surfaces, data display components, pagination as well as layout components such as box, container, grid, grid list or hidden, to help you arrange your components and web page content in a way that you want so that your web page can be aesthetically pleasing for the end user as well as give them the best experience that you can.
Paper component to give an element some drop shadow and make it stand out more.
Material UI can be used by beginners, intermediate or advanced developers. It has a large list of components to choose from. It corresponds with currently modern and widely user Material Design by Google. Library is often updated, so any bugs that may exist will be removed quickly. Very good documentation and large community of people using Material UI will be a big help if you get stuck on some problem while using Material UI. And the option to change and customise components to your liking so that they can fit your design better are some of the reasons to go and use Material UI.
The customisation might be somewhat complicated for beginners, but you can easily find help online, in their official documentation, or try it by yourself, since you can also see, test, try and play on live examples that Material UI offers for all their components.