We tried to explain Material Design, a design language with paper and ink in mind.
Next, we put most of our focus on Angular Material, the Material Design implementation meant for Angular, and how it consists of different components. We looked at a hands-on explanation of how to install it, set it up, and use some of its core components and themes. We also learned about the core of Angular Material, the Angular CDK, and demonstrated some of its style-aware components.
Hopefully, you will have read this chapter and found that you now grasp Material Design in general and Angular Material in particular and can determine whether it is a good match for your next Angular application.
Web applications must be testable to ensure they are functional and according to the application requirements. In the next chapter, we will learn how to apply different testing techniques in the context of Angular web applications.