I purchased this product with my other account (registered with firstname.lastname@example.org - which I lost the login details and WrapBootstrap wont send me the email to recover - thats not your fault, I know.)
and I'm having a problem with this product. I followed your directions on the documentation and I had to add --force for the compiling command to work. This was the result:
Now I'm not sure if is compiling the Sass files, I'm afraid it isn't.
If I do npm rebuild node-sass as it suggests this is the result:
Running "sass:dist" (sass) task
Fatal error: ENOENT: no such file or directory, open 'projects/flaming-octo-nemesis./../../bower_components/animate.css/animate.css'
(and freezes there)
Here's the complete log:
Appreciate your help. Thank you.
I also have this problem. rcod, or shoudaos, can you please share the fix?
Make this change at line 50:
And of course you could update it after releasing.
If you gonna use AngularJS framework, of course you can use ui-bootstrap lib
are you switching to node based sass sometime?
I am trying right now to do it myself but it seems a little hard as beginner.
yes, on bs4 angular2 version we will switch to it
but just to make sure: you reference/example HTML remains plain HTML and we don't need to have that Angular stuff has dependencies in our code base, right?
At the end we want just the SASS/CSS and as max. Bootstrap.js as well the optional things like select2/selectize but please not please "Angular".
I guess Angular will be there for building your demo dashboard. I just hope we can still simply figure out what CSS classes we have to use in our frameworks....
What you think?
thanks a lot
I juste think TinyMCE and CKEditor are more used than the bootstrap3 WYSIWYG.
And thanks for all your hard work, this theme is really beautifull :)
There is any estimation about this admin panel with Angular 2?
Fatal error: ENOENT: no such file or directory, open 'projects/flaming-octo-nemesis./../../bower_components/animate.css/animate.css'.
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 4.x|
|Tags:||angular, bootstrap, css3, pjax, react, responsive, retina, scss, spa, ssr|
|Released:||4 years ago|
|Updated:||1 week ago|
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