Installation guide

To start using this dashboard you will need to import some files in your current project or start from scratch using our template (scroll down in this page to view it).


If you don’t already have an Apache local environment with PHP and MySQL, use one of the following links:




Also, you will need to install Composer:

And Laravel:


1.Unzip the downloaded archive

2.Copy and paste corporate-dashboard-pro-laravel folder in your projects folder. Rename the folder to your project’s name

3.In your terminal run composer install

4.Copy .env.example to .env and updated the configurations (mainly the database configuration)

5.In your terminal run php artisan key:generate

6.Run php artisan migrate --seed to create the database tables and seed the roles and users tables

7.Run php artisan storage:link to create the storage symlink (if you are using Vagrant with Homestead for development, remember to ssh into your virtual machine and run the command from there).


Register an user or login with data from your database and start testing (make sure to run the migrations and seeders for the credentials to be available).

[email protected] and password secret

[email protected] and password secret

[email protected] and password secret

Besides the dashboard, the auth pages, the billing and tables pages, it has also an edit profile page. All the necessary files are installed out of the box and all the needed routes are added to routes/web.php. Keep in mind that all of the features can be viewed once you login using the credentials provided or by registering your own user.

Tooling Setup

uses NPM scripts for its build system. Our package.json includes convenient methods for working with the framework, including compiling code, running tests, and more.

To use our build system and use Sass to customize your website you’ll need a copy of Corporate UI Dashboard source files and Node. Follow these steps and you should be ready to rock:

1.Download and install Node.js(v18.8.0), which we use to manage our dependencies.

2.Navigate to the root / directory and run npm install to install our local dependencies.

When completed, you’ll be able to run the various commands provided from the command line.