Light Bootstrap Dashboard Pro Angular2
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Light Bootstrap Dashboard Pro Angular2

Premium Bootstrap Angular Template
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Release: 1 month ago
Update: 4 days ago
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120 Handcrafted Components

15 Customized Plugins

24 Example Pages

Bootstrap Based


Fully Responsive

Product certified by: Creative Tim

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Learn more about Light Bootstrap Dashboard Pro Angular2 in the light demo version. It has features from the full version. We hope you will like this introduction to this product!

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  • Components · 16
  • Plugins · 2
  • Examples Pages · 4
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  • Components · 120
  • Plugins · 15
  • Example Pages · 24
  • + Documentation
  • + SASS Files
  • + Sketch Files
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3 days ago

Nicely done template! I will save a lot of time with it. I also made it work with angluar-cli, wasn't that hard. I just created a new project and copied your stuff in there. Works fine. One minor thing I have to complain about. You have a bunch of Angluar components where you just call some external JavaScript functions to create the content with jQuery. Yes I know it's just for demo purposes but still it's not the "Angular way" to do such things and some people might copy this practice in their production applications.

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@ewald.dieser thank you for using our product. We are glad that you moved it fast to CLI. We are also looking the develop the CLI versions for the Free dashboards first and then for the PRO. If you want to contribute to this we would be glad to talk more. Now for the components, we wanted to use only Angular and get rid of the jQuery but that wasn't possible because we have a lot of jQuery plugins which doesn't have yet (probably they will be released in the future) an Angular version. So we did it that way trying to respect the Components structure but using jQuery inside them. Do you know a better way to do this taking our case into consideration? It is clear that you have way more experience than us and we want to improve the products. So if you would like to help with feedback/suggestions we would be glad to offer you any of the future Angular products as gifts (dashboard/ui kits) :-) Thank you! Alex.
3 days ago


@ewald.dieser @axelut : I'd like to give some feedback. ;)
2 days ago

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