when you will have the calendar and datepicker controls implemented in angular 4 version?
It'll be part of Angular 5 update. We're working on it. Please stay tuned.
Any timeline for Angular 5 for beta version? I am looking to purchase angular 5 material 2 theme.
I've an issue on smartphone with bootstrap 4 (v. 2.0.2)
Like you can see in screenshot the page is too small on smartphone:
the link where you can see the problem is http://elettrorm.cdinformatic.webfactional.com/
Can you help me to fix?
look at http://byrushan.com/projects/material-admin/app/2.0/jquery/bs4/login.html
and your code:
I would love a version in VueJs 2 <3
Thank you for your comment. Currently we have no plans for VueJs. We'll consider creating a variant if we got further requests. Please stay tuned!
VueJs would be a great implementation. Vote Up from me too!
Why not add the project to a private github repository.
and invite all buyers?
that would be much better:
Add docs to the wiki.
to fix errors.
to get pull requests.
here it is not nice with the support.
every few months an update (3-5 months). because of a few small fixes?
think about it.
Sorry for the bad english
Thank you very much for your suggestion. I have to agree with you that making this a private repository would be easy to maintain with all your support. We'll discuss this our end and consider to moving.
Could you add the files .angular-cli.json and .editorconfig to this distribution?
I was losing time finding why the "ng serve" command fail, and finally I found that theses files were missing in the downloded package.
If you create a repository in GitHub, I'll be glad to contribute with this really great work.
For any reason the CSS is render two selectbox, one native, and other with the beatiful class but with transparencies.
I created an empty project using the last update and only run npm install and ng serve, I do not change anything.
do you know what is going on?
Can you share a screenshot with us?
I have a problem with vendors.js, I need to customize the data tables language, titles, and other options, and revising your code you should be able to modify the data in vendors.js, but the modifications have no effect on the theme, just modifying the app .min.css is possible but I would like to be able to customize the different data tables that I have. Could you tell me how I could fix it?
Before make any changes, make sure to run 'ng serve' so it'll listen to your changes build the output files accordingly. Let me know if this isn't the case.
@rushenn I didnt get the seed version for angularjs? why is it removed in 2.1 ? it was there in previous version.
how i can change FullCalendar language to German? (locales:'de') No function just english
Sollte alles nicht gehen dann guck mal unter: https://fullcalendar.io/docs/text/lang/
I have purchased an older version of this package which only included the AngularJS and jQuery versions. Now I'm migrating my apps into Angular, but I still want to use this pack.
I would really love to keep using the Material Admin package on my apps... But I need to know: Am I entitled to the Material Admin update which includes Angular support?
What I do not like (see it in almost every template):
Using h1-h6 structure only for the visible effect e.g.:
multiple usage of h1, h4 follows h2 etc.
Besides that, your template looks nice. Thx. Have to look at some templates in detail before purchase.
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 4.x|
|Labels:||admin template, dashboard, lightweight admin, material, material admin, material design, responsive admin, responsive dashboard|
|Released:||3 years ago|
|Updated:||3 months ago|
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