Hi. I am learning php and I am still at the stage of figuring out how the procedural code gets together / works. The next step will be the OOP as well as Symfony and Laravel frameworks. I am also planning to learn Java Script (maybe also some frameworks like React or Vue but this would be a secondary thing). I am planning to focus on php programming and also the CSS part of a site (how it looks).
I was learning getBootstrap.com for about a month. I read the whole manual and one the best book about it, so I have some kind of introduction to this. I have not used it in practice though.
I now need to select one the best thing that I would you for my css/html and the php programming edu (so this will be procedural, oop, Symfony, Laravel; all coding will be based on one of these looks). In general lamp / nginx / (java script) type of person with the main focus on the php/mysql and a secondary focus on css (so all the things like sass and so on). So Java Script will be more like a tetiary thing for now.
Having to select just one:
a) would I go for getBootstrap.com (higher Alexa Rank, the most popular one) or Google Material Design (this is like trending)
b) would selecting the Google Material Design mean going for Materialize CSS.
I am just not sure which one route is this the best route to take. Seems like I could continue with getBootstrap.com (even though I have no practical experience of using this) and come back to this Google Material Design after like three years (things may change by then too).
What is the strenght of getBootstrap.com versus Google Material Design type of thing - 50% versus 50%? Also for my purposes.