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Material Dashboard React

Material Dashboard React

Free Material-ui Admin Template
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MIT License

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Release: 1 year ago
Update: 27 days ago

30 Handcrafted Elements

2 Customized Plugins

7 Example Pages

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amigodehondt
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1 year ago

Hello, I am using the free version of this template. I like to use a Dialog from Material UI. But, I can't find which version of MUI you are actually using in this template, please help!

einazare
  • owner

Hello @amigodehondt and thank you for your interest in using our product. The version of MUI is in package.json, it should be the first or second dependencies. Best, Manu.
1 year ago

alanaccharetti
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1 year ago

Hi, I put a Devxpress dxgrid, but i need to keep the original styles from the component, how to disable the style for my component and keep yours for the rest of the app ? Thanks.

einazare
  • owner

Hello @alanaccharetti and thank you for your interest in using our product. Unfortunately i do not know what Devxpress dxgrid means or what it does so i cannot be of help to you right now. You could open an issue here: https://github.com/creativetimofficial/material-dashboard-react/issues , with some more detailed stuff, like some example code and some images to show us what doesn't work correctly, and maybe the community will come to your rescue before we do. Best, Manu.
1 year ago

jiaing
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1 year ago

Hi, I'm trying to learn Reactjs with this, and have a couple of questions: in layouts\Dashboard\Dashboard.jsx, the switchRoutes const does a mapping of (prop, key) from dashboardRoutes to return a <Redirect /> and a <Route />. How does this work? More specifically, I'm wondering why the <Redirect /> has a prop.path, prop.to and key, while <Route /> has a prop.component, key as well as a prop.path. Looking at routes\dashboard.jsx where this dashboardRoutes is defined, does that mean that props.redirect() is true only if the navbar item "Redirect" is clicked, which redirects to the main dashboard page? If so, what is the difference between a <Redirect /> and <Route /> item, and what is the "key" here in the mapping? Finally, in the render() in layouts\Dashboard\Dashboard.jsx, I noticed that this.props is segregated into classes and the rest, and the classes has many properties of "wrapper", "mainPanel", "content", "container" and "map". What do these do, or are these inbuilt React functionalities? Am not sure where to find the definitions for these. P.S. on a slightly separate note, I tried to embed a ReactPlayer video into the main dashboard, replacing one of the card items. I did that in one of the middle-row items, and even after changing the md to 6 from its original 4 (2 in a row instead of 3), its height seems to be limited to before, meaning the video looks squeezed. I noticed that this is not an issue for the tables in the 3rd row (which have their full heights displayed), so was hoping someone could aid me in this. I would like my video (currently it's just a YT link) to be displayed as its original aspect ratio if possible without doing it manually (I can get it in the ratio desired with a height:"vh" setting, but not with a height:"100%", width:"100%" styles setting. Appreciate any help! Apologies for the long list of basic questions, and thanks for any help!

einazare
  • owner

Hello @jiaing and thank you for your interest in using our product. I do not really know where to start explain this whole thing to you. I do think that it would be best for you to start as i've started learning React - by making some online courses, this way, you can understand what we've done in our dashboard. You can not jump from not knowing what React is to start developing a dashboard in this framework. So please start doing some tutorials, and after that come back here. I first started to learn React from the official page: https://reactjs.org/tutorial/tutorial.html . After that i've made a tutorial similar to this one (if not this one exactly): https://www.codecademy.com/learn/react-101 . After that, i believe i've read something about react-router, something similar to: https://medium.com/@pshrmn/a-simple-react-router-v4-tutorial-7f23ff27adf . Or you could take a look at this one: https://www.sitepoint.com/react-router-v4-complete-guide/. Also, since you seem to do not know what the map function is / does, you could take a look at this tutorials: https://www.w3schools.com/jsref/jsref_map.asp , https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Array/map , https://reactjs.org/docs/lists-and-keys.html. What we've did with the react-router and the map function, is simply combining them (since we needed to use our routes in two places - one for creating our pages, and one for displaying them as a menu - Sidebar), so that we didn't have to right the same thing two times, you only write once in src/routes , and they appear in the two places. Best, Manu.
1 year ago

jiaing
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1 year ago

Hi @einazare , thanks for the reply, will check out those resources! In the meantime I do have a couple of questions still - as far as I can tell, src/index.js imports the Dashboard component from routes/index.jsx (and following, from layouts/Dashboard/Dashboard.jsx) to render the main dashboard homepage, making this call with props named "path", "component" and "key". In layouts/Dashboard/Dashboard.jsx, the render() function assigns these props to { classes, ...rest }. As such, I am unable to figure out, for the rest of the render() function, where do the child properties of "classes" come from, such as <div className={classes.wrapper}>. Further adding on to this question is another props query, where in the getRoute() function, this.props.location.pathname is referenced, but in the definition for the dashboard routes, only properties like "path" are defined explicitly. Also in render()-ing the Sidebar, there is no "classes" property, but in the components/Sidebar/Sidebar.jsx definition, its props are being assigned to "classes", among others. Would appreciate being pointed in the right direction for how to reconcile these seemingly inconsistent props names, thank you! In the meantime, I will definitely check out the tutorials you have pointed out, thank you so much!

einazare
  • owner

Hello again @jiaing . Those "classes" properties are given by the withStyles function, with which we export our components. So withStyles is adding an extra property to the component in question. Is this clear now? Best, Manu.
1 year ago

jiaing
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1 year ago

@einazare thank you!

fabriciofconde
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1 year ago

Hello @einazare. How are you? Which does difference between HTML PACKAGE and HTML + PSD PACKAGE?

einazare
  • owner

Hello @fabriciofconde and thank you for your interest in using our product. I am fine, thank you. The difference between HTML PACKAGE and HTML + PSD PACKAGE is that the first one (HTML PACKAGE) has only the React code in the zip file that you will get after buy, while the last one has the React code and some PSD files (Photoshop files - something a designer could use) with all the pages and components of the dashboard in the zip that you will get. If you want, i can come back with more info about these two. Best, Manu.
1 year ago

fabriciofconde
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Thank you, I understood. Would you have a video that show the components version pro working? How its works update version after purchase? I will have the bug fixes and new components created...?
1 year ago

einazare
  • owner

Hello again @fabriciofconde . I am not sure i understand your questions. Is this link helpful: https://demos.creative-tim.com/material-dashboard-pro-react/#/dashboard ? That is the live preview of the pro version. You can play with it there and see how it feels. Best, Manu.
1 year ago

ryanumphreys
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1 year ago

I downloaded the package, installed the npm install @material-ui/core --save. Run npm install without issue. Run npm start. And hit issues. Module not found: Can't resolve 'assets/css/material-dashboard-react.css?v=1.3.0' in '/Applications/MAMP/htdocs/material-dashboard/src' The file exists on my system and the path is right. No clue what's happening Mac High sierra 10.13.5 ---- Alternatively I'm trying to figure out how to incorporate into a package as opposed to start from here, and I don't know how to approach it.

einazare
  • owner

Hello @ryanumphreys and thank you for your interest in our product. Please read our live docs: https://demos.creative-tim.com/material-dashboard-react/#/documentation/tutorial . Best, Manu,
1 year ago

ryanumphreys
  • downloaded
1 year ago

I downloaded the package, installed the npm install @material-ui/core --save. Run npm install without issue. Run npm start. And hit issues. Module not found: Can't resolve 'assets/css/material-dashboard-react.css?v=1.3.0' in '/Applications/MAMP/htdocs/material-dashboard/src' The file exists on my system and the path is right. No clue what's happening Mac High sierra 10.13.5 ---- Alternatively I'm trying to figure out how to incorporate into a package as opposed to start from here, and I don't know how to approach it.

einazare
  • owner

Hello @ryanumphreys and thank you for your interest in our product. Please read our live docs: https://demos.creative-tim.com/material-dashboard-react/#/documentation/tutorial . Best, Manu,
1 year ago

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oleksiyylypenko
  • downloaded
1 year ago

Is it required to keep copyright with a link at the bottom of a page?

einazare
  • owner

Hello @oleksiyylypenko and thank you for your interest in using our product. You need to keep the LICENSE.md file with our copyright, and also the comments in our code where we state that code is ours, such as in src/assets/jss/material-dashboard-react.jsx and src/assets/css/material-dashboard-react.css . Best, Manu.
1 year ago

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