Google says MDL is framework agnostic and can be utilized with pretty much any front-end arrangement a web designer or engineer may need to utilize. Gzipped, MDL’s code is under 27kb.
MDL uses Paper components, which permits an developer to take bits of Material Design to utilize if the whole code isn’t reciprocal to their needs. You could, for occasion, plug a MDL graph to a current site without utilizing other Material Design parts.
For those inspired by utilizing MDL, Google is putting forth up buttons, content/text fields, tooltips and spinners. There are additionally responsive grids and breakpoints that take after Material Design and versatile UI rules. MDL works best on “cutting edge evergreen browsers” like Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Microsoft Edge and Safari.
Google inclines toward developers to reference MDL through its content delivery network, however has the code up on GitHub for any individual who may need to fork it. MDL is spec agreeable, yet will keep on advancing as Google gets feedback (or sees what others do with it).