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Vue Light Bootstrap Dashboard

Vue Light Bootstrap Dashboard

Free Bootstrap 4 Vuejs Admin Template
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MIT License

21,847 Downloads
29 Comments
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Release: 1 year ago
Update: 1 year ago

16 Handcrafted Elements

2 Customized Plugins

4 Example Pages

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brianfurlong
  • downloaded
1 year ago

I have used ElementUI for a datepicker and bootstrap-vue in general in an existing SPA app. Does "Vue Light Pro" have a date-picker or woud I continue with the one I have? Also, I am thinking to use this it would be best to simply migrate my current Vue components from the existing vue-cli 3.0 solution INTO the Vue Light Pro project? Or would it be less troublesome to migrate your stuff into my project? My objective is to replace the original templated layout (upgraded to BS4 from an earlier version of BS) with barely functioning layout and nav with something better that works correctly

cristi.jora
  • owner

Hello @brianfurlong It's rather hard to give a very concise advice in this case. The PRO version uses element-ui so you'll be fine with the datepicker, since the PRO version actually uses element ui datepickers as well. As for bootstrap-vue, it depends, some components from bootstrap-vue might not work out of the box because of the different styling they have. Depending on how much time you have, I will do an update to Vue CLI 3 (PRO version) in the following 3 weeks. If you're in a hurry I'd say that you can directly use the dashboard stuff in your Vue CLI 3 project. The things to take care of are the dependencies (not dev dependencies) and the `src` webpack alias which is present in Vue LBD PRO. If you need more details, you can open a support ticket and I'll try to give you advice on this.
1 year ago

princeallan5
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1 year ago

Hi @cristi.jora , i will like to applaud you for your great job! I ran into a problem while trying to integrate this with my laravel app.. is there any docs on how i can easily achieve this. Regards

cristi.jora
  • owner

Hello @princeallan5 At the moment we don't have direct integration with laravel but there are some people who already did it. For example this repo https://github.com/j574144/Laravel-VLBD
1 year ago

princeallan5
  • downloaded
1 year ago

@cristi.jora Thank you for your reply.. I just wanted to lazy around but i guess i will need to give it some time. I hope i could get that already made template though

anojatapattu 10 months ago

Nice theme for dashboards. Documentation link missing is missing and github directives are incorrect or said page not available. Can you share the up to date documentation link if possible. Thank you

siropistroafé 7 months ago

Hi @cristi.jora, I am new in vuejs, I would like to join this dashboard with the 'Login' of "Vue Now UI Kit" but I have not been able to achieve it, Could you patiently explain to me how to achieve it? Thank you

cristi.jora
  • owner

Hey siropistroafé. Although this might sound tempting, I wouldn't recommend doing that since those are 2 different templates with different css and code. It will be better if you build the login page yourself. As an example you could take the look & feel of the login page from PRO version https://demos.creative-tim.com/vue-light-bootstrap-dashboard-pro/#/login Also, if you want you could simply buy the PRO version and use the already made login page :)
7 months ago

jobal04
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6 months ago

Nice :)

cleverkaran
  • downloaded
2 months ago

Hey @cristi.jora , thank you for the template! I have been trying to populate values into the Vue chart using values I get from a Rest API. I am trying to push the values inside the series array however it does not seem to work. Would you know how to get values into the chart using Axios? Thanks

cristi.jora
  • owner

Hi @cleverkaran Thank you for using our products. I think you should pass chartData as an object to the ChartCard component and this object should contain labels and series. Take a look at the existing examples. In case it still doesn't work you could try adding a "key" attribute on the chart-card component and change it once you set data from api (this will trigger a re-render of the chart component)
2 months ago

mayzenshtadt
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2 months ago

Hey, thanks for the template! I only managed to build it after adding a dependency "core-js": "~2.5.7", which was the current version at the time of publishing a year ago. Is there something wrong with my system, or it's actually missing from package.json?

cristi.jora
  • owner

Hm strange. Actually I think that latest Vue cli version requires this core-js dependency so it's fine to have it.
12 days ago

teddymczieuwa 1 month ago

Good day, please is there any way to add this template to an already existing vue application with vue-cli? I created a project from scratch, I would like to upgrade the admin styling. Please how do I go about it

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