Ngx-Admin - Free Angular Dashboard
This article presents Ngx-Admin Dashboard, a popular admin dashboard based on Angular 9+ and Bootstrap 4+, free and open-source for personal and commercial purposes.
This article presents Ngx-Admin Dashboard, a popular admin dashboard based on Angular 9+ and Bootstrap 4+, free and open-source for personal and commercial purposes. The template comes with lots of popular UI components with a unified color scheme, plus it is based on a modern Angular framework and has a flexible component-based structure. Thanks for reading!
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- Ngx-Admin, the product page
- Ngx-Admin Demo, Default (light) theme
- Ngx-Admin Demo, Dark Theme
Ngx-Admin - How to compile
Ngx-Admin Dashboard is an open-source product, released under MIT license. The source code and documentation contain enough information to help anyone build the app. In case you want to build this product, without leaving this page, just a few commands in the terminal window
$ # Download the source code $ git clone https://github.com/akveo/ngx-admin.git $ cd ngx-admin $ $ # Install modules $ yarn $ $ # Start Ngx-Admin in development mode $ yarn start $ $ # visit http://localhost:4200 in your browser $ $ # Production Build $ yarn build
If all goes well, we should see the Ngx-Admin running in the browser.
Thanks for reading!