Materialize CSS is a widely popular CSS framework that provides ready-to-use components and styling for building modern responsive websites. Radium, on the other hand, is a less well-known package that provides inline styling capabilities for React components.
Integration with React
Materialize CSS provides a wide range of pre-styled components and ready-to-use design patterns, making it easy for developers to quickly create visually appealing UIs without much customization. Radium offers more flexibility in terms of styling by providing inline styles, but it may require more effort and manual customization to achieve a desired look and feel.
Community and Support
Materialize CSS has a large and active community with extensive documentation, tutorials, and resources available. It also has a wide user base, which means there are plenty of examples and usage cases to learn from. Radium, while not as popular, still has an active community and provides documentation and support for integrating with React.