– Free to use – Good support Clarity is an open-source library created by VMWare. Its design is based on continuous research. It includes core components that can be used regardless of the framework, but it also includes Angular components. It has extensive documentation, and it is frequently updated with the latest version of Angular .
– Developed for multiple framework – Has good documentation and support – Has many complex features, including chart – Bootstrap and Material theme Kendo UI is a UI library that supports JQuery, Angular, React and Vue. It is developed by Progress. It has more than 100 UI components that can be easily customized. It has a default theme, as well as Material and Bootstrap themes.
– Excellent documentation, including tutorial video – Open-source – A good amount of (paid) prebuilt template – A lot of theme customization PrimeNG is an open-source UI components library developed by PrimeTek Informatics. Most of the components are native, but there are some dependencies (Quill Editor, Google Maps).
– Good documentation with example – Rich component catalogue including charts and animation – Free to use Teradata Covalent UI Platform focuses on solving the developers’ needs. It follows the Material Design specifications and uses Angular Material. Furthermore, the platform follows the atomic design principles and unites smaller components into bigger ones