Soft UI Dashboard PRO - Flask

Soft UI Dashboard PRO, a modern Bootstrap 5 design from Creative-Tim, now available for download in Flask (open-source version available).

Soft UI Dashboard PRO - Flask

Hello! This article presents the latest Flask product released by the AppSeed platform on top of a modern Bootstrap 5 design crafted by Creative-Tim: Soft UI Dashboard PRO. This commercial product comes with an open-source version released available for download from the product page (no account required). Thanks for reading!

A modern and colorful web page with a left menu, charts, widgets and a suspended rotating globe, all provided by Soft UI Dashboard, a premium Bootstrap 5 Design.
Soft UI Dashboard PRO - Main Dashboard Page.

This beautiful UI Kit comes with 54 sample pages, 300+ handcrafted components and 15+ pre-configured plugins for charts, data tables, and more.

Official product information - Made of hundred of elements, designed blocks, and fully coded pages, Soft UI Dashboard PRO is ready to help you create stunning websites and web apps.

Soft UI Dashboard PRO is built with over 300 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. You will save a lot of time going from prototyping to full-functional code because all elements are implemented.

Soft UI Dashboard PRO - Calendar Page.
Soft UI Dashboard PRO - Calendar Page.
Soft UI Dashboard PRO - VR Dashboard Page
Soft UI Dashboard PRO - VR Dashboard Page.
Soft UI Dashboard PRO - VR Dashboard Page.

The Flask codebase for the PRO version comes with the same features as the open-source version. Curious minds can build the free version from sources by typing a few commands in the terminal. Let's go!

Step #1 - Clone/Download the source code

$ git clone
$ cd flask-soft-ui-dashboard

Step #2 - Set up a virtual environment

$ virtualenv env
$ source env/bin/activate

Step #3 - Install Dependencies

$ # Install modules - SQLite Database
$ pip3 install -r requirements.txt

Step #4 - Set up environment

$ (Unix/Mac) export
$ (Windows) set
$ (Powershell) $env:FLASK_APP = ".\"

Step #5 - Start the app

$ flask run
$ # Access the dashboard in browser:

Once the app is up & running in the browser, we can register a new user and log in.

Soft UI Dashboard - Login Page.

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