Vue Paper Dashboard PRO

Vue Paper Dashboard PRO

Premium Bootstrap Vue.js Admin Template
· 4.90/5 (68 Reviews)

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905 Downloads
136 Comments
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6 months Updates
Release: 2 years ago
Update: 10 months ago

160 Handcrafted Elements

15 Customized Plugins

25 Example Pages

Documentation

Fully Responsive

Product certified by: Creative Tim

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Learn more about Vue Paper Dashboard PRO 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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  • Elements · 16
  • Plugins · 2
  • Examples Pages · 4
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  • Elements · 160
  • Plugins · 15
  • Example Pages · 25
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panos.tzavelis 1 year ago

Very nice work indeed, perhaps the best I've seen! May I ask if Material Kit Pro has (or will have) the following components: DataTables, VectorMap, SweetAlert, Wizard, Mini Sidebar, FullCalendar that are included in Material Dashboard Pro Theme?

cristi.jora
  • owner

Hi @panos.tzavelis Glad you like the work we do here. This exact template is a Vue.js version, while Material Kit is a html+jquery version.Regarding your question, Kits usually include presenational stuff such as different pages and examples that an end user will see and use on a website. Some examples are product pages, shopping carts, plans, registration login and so on. Kits include some table components but don't include sidebars, calendars and vector maps. On the other hand we have dashboards which are usually used by people who manage the content of the website or maybe even end users depending on the website. Dashboards include various components that help modifying the content (tables, wizards, sidebars, complex forms, charts, notifications etc). I would suggest defining the scope of your next website/app and based on that decide to go for a kit/dashboard or even both :) Hope this helps
1 year ago

benjamin.gillman
  • downloaded
1 year ago

Hi guys, Truly amazing job on this one ! One thing is bugging me though : why the dependency to jQuery ? Anyway to get rid of it, if we don't use the components that need it ? (I'm guessing npm uninstall jquery is the easiest way to go) Thanks

cristi.jora
  • owner

Hi @benjamin.gillman. Thanks for the kind words :) Regarding the jquery dep, it is only used for the calendar component and the world map. Its imported locally in those components only. If you don't need/use these 2 components you could simply uninstall or delete the dependency from package.json. We would love to get rid of jquery but unfortunately there are no good Vue alternatives for those 2 plugins yet. Hope this helps and have a great day!
1 year ago

benjamin.gillman
  • downloaded

Thanks for the answer. Just wanted to mention also a small typo, name of global Components is gloablComponents.vue (same in the import).
1 year ago

Anonymous Tim
  • downloaded
1 year ago

Hi, I was looking a very nice efect (a white-transparent area) for hover and selected links in the sidebar menu of the new templates released. Is it planned to add this effect to the Vue version?

Anonymous Tim
  • downloaded

sorry, my name is Juan, don't know why it appears as Anonymous :-(
1 year ago

cristi.jora
  • owner

Hi Juan. No worries about the name. Maybe you were not logged in. Regarding your question, I don't think we will add that effect to this exact theme. We will release a new PRO Vue dashboard which will contain that effect. Here is the free version https://www.creative-tim.com/product/vue-light-bootstrap-dashboard If you already have this theme and want that effect, I would suggest looking into the code of the free version from the link above and copy the styles regarding that part. Hope this helps :)
1 year ago

mitulyom 1 year ago

hi can you suggest best suitable hosting for vue js also can you confirm if there is any further development going on vue templates? paper dashboard pro is excellent can we have data tables in vue http://demos.creative-tim.com/material-dashboard-pro/examples/tables/datatables.net.html

cristi.jora
  • owner

Hi @mitulyom Regarding hosting, if you stay with a static website (as it is setup now), you can deploy it anywhere (heroku, aws, azure, netlifly, now etc) If you want to use vue-router in history mode, then any provider that supports node.js would be suited. Heroku is the easiest in this case since there are many blog posts on how to deploy vue.js apps on heroku. As a side note, we use gh-pages with a custom domain. Just pick a hosting that you are confortable with and use that :)
1 year ago

cristi.jora
  • owner

As for data-tables, element-ui tables have pretty much all the functionalities that datatable has. If you want something more out of the box, you could use https://njleonzhang.github.io/vue-data-tables/#/quickstart It is built on top of element-ui and has some features built in but is not very customizable.
1 year ago

jnarowski 1 year ago

* How soon until Bootstrap 4 is released? * If we buy now, will we get free access to the bootstrap 4 version? * Will the API stay the same so we could start integrating with this version, then swap out for bootstrap 4?

cristi.jora
  • owner

Hi @jnarowski Realistically, the BS4 update will be in the first month after New Year. The update will be free. It will simply be an update that you can download. The component api will be kept the same but the css/sass files for components might change a bit. If you want to upgrade easily then its not recommended to change them but rather create new sass files. From my perspective, you could start on BS3 and update later on without many problems.
1 year ago

jnarowski 1 year ago

@cristi.jora thanks! Does it depend on jQuery or just VueJS? I just bought it might return if it depends on jQuery.

cristi.jora
  • owner

There are 2 plugins that depend on jquery: Calendar and world map. The rest is pure vue components. Would love to use vue for everything but those 2 plugins dont have good vue alternatives yet
1 year ago

jnarowski 1 year ago

@cristi.jora also I just purchased the pro, but it's not showing up in my downloads. Just the 2 free versions I downloaded.

cristi.jora
  • owner

@alexpaduraru could answer your question here. My assumption is that it might take a while until the payment is confirmed. Don't worry about it, worst case the product will be added manually to your account.
1 year ago

alexpaduraru

@jnarowski thank you for using our product. Can you please let me know the order id? I've checked and couldn't find any order for the email that you used on your current account " @jnarowski ". Did you use another email for the purchase? Best, Alex!
1 year ago

jnarowski 1 year ago

@cristi.jora also I just purchased the pro, but it's not showing up in my downloads. Just the 2 free versions I downloaded.

jnarowski 1 year ago

@cristi.jora ok got it downloaded. To be sure, when you add bootstrap, you'll be changing out just the bootstrap version and sass/css files? If I go ahead and start integrating with this current version, I want to make sure a lot of the core project and component structure won't be changing. Maybe it's better to take this issue offline and correspond directly about it? I want to get started on my app, but don't want to waste a lot of time if BS4 is going to change a bunch of things. I'm glad you're updating though, BS4 seems like a must for starting a new web app.

cristi.jora
  • owner

@jnarowski The core won't change. Only the scss for some components and some other minor changes to markup (col-12 instead of col-xs-12 for example) We finished another PRO version for Vue.js which will be released directly on BS4 and it has the same structure as this version.
1 year ago

joaos 1 year ago

Hi there. Great template! Does it come with internationalization already configured (by using, as an example, vuex-i18n)? By looking at the documentation I can't find anything related.

cristi.jora
  • owner

Hi @joaos Unfortunately this template doesn't come with i18n or even vuex. Since most of the pages are presentational, it will be more work for developers to remove the i18n code at the end. If you need some support on that, I can help you with internationalization and steps to add it.
1 year ago

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