My name is Alex Polymath and I'm creator of HyperMedia. When I started this project I wanted to make something extremely simple and flashy the same time.
And I guess I got close to it. It took me few weeks to find really interesting design concepts. And I came to interesting solutions like "Grain" gradient effect, SVG brush paintings and pure CSS Grids. Which leads to a single purpose - attempt to predict how the web-design will look like in the nearest future.
Here is a short list of solutions that has been used:
- Bootstrap 4
- CSS Grid native
- SVG Icon set
- SVG charts
- Inline SVG
And here is a list of open-source libraries:
- Fixed loader
- Removed intro blocks inside pages
- Added router loader
- Changed style for charts in main page
- Updated sidebar menu
- Updated main page
- Changed background image
- Changed global styles
- Changed sidebar menu, added new icons
- Minified project weight (1.7Mb less)
- Changed default width
|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 4.x|
|Labels:||admin panel, admin template, admin templates, bootstrap 4 dashboard, bootstrap 4 template, bootstrap4, bootstrap4 admin, dashboard admin template, dashboard theme|
|Released:||1 year ago|
|Updated:||1 year ago|
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