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Kuveyt Turk BOA Packages

React components that implement Google's Material Design.

npm package CircleCI codecov Code style CodeFactor Storybook

Getting Started

BOA has three packages that are available as NPM packages. @kuveytturk/boa-base has base components like a composer (HOC), themes, error boundary, enums etc. @kuveytturk/boa-components is the main UI component library. @kuveytturk/boa-utils has localization and messaging utilities. Each component is documented on its own package dictionary.


Feel free about to open an issue at the Issues page for your issues or questions.


Please refer to the CONTRIBUTING guideline.


We will provide example projects as soon as possible.


The future plans, prioritized features and enhancements can be found in the ROADMAP file.

Supported Platforms

Now, kuveytturk/boa opensource library supports the latest stable releases of all major browsers and platforms. We are also planning to support IE.


Thank you to Material-UI for awesome React components.


This project is licensed under the terms of the MIT license.

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