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Materia

Materia is a development environment to build advanced mobile and web applications.

Materia Alternatives

The best Materia alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    Holistic language, editor, and infra for building backends

    Open Source

  2. 18

    An adaptive Gtk+ theme based on Material Design Guidelines - adapta-project/adapta-gtk-theme

  3. Powerful SaaS integration toolkit for SaaS developers - create, amplify, manage and publish native integrations from within your app.

    Try for free paid Free Trial

  4. 17

    Arc brings your favorite games, communities, media and

  5. 18

    Zukitwo is a Gnome Shell and GTK theme that currently works on Gnome Shell 3.14 and the latest version of GTK.

  6. 16

    Papirus icon theme for Linux. Contribute to PapirusDevelopmentTeam/papirus-icon-theme development by creating an account on GitHub.

  7. 14

    Zukiwi is a Gnome Shell and GTK theme that currently supports Gnome Shell 3.14 and the latest version of GTK.

  8. 16

    Elegance Colors is a customizable chameleon theme for Gnome Shell 3.6 - 3.14.

  9. 15

    OneStepBack is a Gtk 2 and 3 theme with some colors and embossed widgets inspired by the good old NextStep look. I'm old.<br /> <br /> It is developed from scratch, is light and minimal, uses only three...

  10. Build mobile apps with simple HTML, CSS, and JS components.

    Open Source

  11. The easy data services platform for Windows, Unix or the Cloud. The code-free, agile, one-stop solution for data services. An ETL tool (Extract, Transform and Load) but with streaming capabilities.

    freemium £1000.0 / Annually (Single server, unlimited users, bulk licensing options available)

  12. Much more than a modern app creator without coding

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    The fastest web framework for Go in (THIS) earth

    Open Source

  14. Flat remix is a pretty simple icon theme inspired on material design.

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