Hello! This article presents an open-source Admin Dashboard crafted on top of Bootstrap 5 framework using a pixel-perfect material-based design. Material Dashboard is a popular freebie released under the MIT License by
Creative-Tim, a well-known web agency with more than 1.5M registered users. The product can be downloaded directly from Github (no registration lock) and used without limitations for hobby and commercial projects. Thanks for reading!
- ✨ Material Dashboard 2 - product page
- ✨ Material Dashboard 2 - LIVE Demo
- 🔥 More Free Templates provided by Creative-Tim
This popular open-source dashboard released 5 years ago with more than 280k+ times got an important update summarized below:
Bootstrap 5update - v5.1.3
- Authentication pages:
- New pages:
For more information, please access the product page or the official documentation.
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Fully Coded Elements - Material Dashboard 2 is built with over 60 frontend individual elements, like buttons, inputs, navbars, nav tabs, cards, or alerts, giving you the freedom of choosing and combining. All components can take variations in color, which you can easily modify using SASS files and classes.
Example Pages - If you want to get inspiration or just show something directly to your clients, you can jump-start your development with our pre-built example pages. You will be able to quickly set up the basic structure for your web project.
Material Dashboard - Billing Page
Material Dashboard - Profile Page
Material Dashboard - VR Page
How to use the product
Material Dashboard can be compiled and used locally with just a few commands typed in the terminal window. Before trying to build the product please check if a minimum programming kit is properly installed and accessible via the terminal window: NodeJS ( v12.x or above), GIT, and a
modern editor like VsCode or Atom. Once all the tools are installed we can move forward and compile the template:
👉 Step #1 - Clone product from Github
👉 Step #2 - Install Modules via
👉 Step #3 - Install Gulp globally
👉 Step #4 - Start the project (development mode)
If all goes well, we should see Material Dashboard up and running in the browser.
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