Currently this theme is using Bootstrap 3.3.6. But yes, it does support 3.3.7 since there are no breaking changes between the two versions. You can safely replace the bootstrap file with the newer one. I will also update it shortly.
Let me know if you have any other questions.
Is it mandatory ?
No, Ruby is not mandatory at all.
It is only needed if you plan to integrate this template with Ruby on Rails.
Else you can simply use the static HTML version or the development version of this template both of which do not depend on Ruby.
I just bought the template, ran the development from localhost using gulp and it works fine.
However, after I uploaded all the files (both app and node_modules folder) to my shared hosting server, I accessed the /app url and it just shows plain html, meaning all the css and scripts are not working.
Is there a structure that I need to follow or anything else that I need to do?
Thanks for purchasing Atlas Admin.
This template must be viewed from a web server. Opening the HTML files directly will not work.
This is because all links to CSS & JS files are relative links (instead of absolute links).
You can either set up a small PHP server to render the files or use the Rails/Node.js version that is included with the template.
If you are having any other issues, drop me an email at email@example.com.
Sorry but I'm very new to this kind of deployment and don't quite get the concept yet.
I've built the project locally, and it is able to run on localhost by executing the "npm start" command line. My question is, if I upload the "app" and "node_modules" folders to a directory "atlas" under my website, it won't be able to run by accessing "www.domain.com/atlas/" right?
What else do I need to do? How do I get it run on a shared hosting server.
Appreciate the assistance and advice.
From your command line, run
npm run build
This will create a new folder called 'dist' with html/css/js files inside it. Now copy all the contents of this folder onto your website under the 'atlas' directory.
Then visit www.domain.com/atlas/
Let me know if this works. Else, please drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have not attempted to deploy the template in rails yet but I do see where it is using postgresql.
Any recomendations as to the impact of changing this to mysql?
Postgresql is not being used in the Rails version. You can safely replace it with MySQL or MariaDB.
There will be no impact.
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 3.3.x|
|Tags:||admin template, ajax, lightweight admin, material admin, material design, responsive dashboard, ruby on rails, webapp|
|Released:||1 year ago|
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