I purchased Rubix and love it. Thanks for the great template!

Do you happen to use Sketch or something similar when you design? If so would you be willing to share your sketch or assets files? It would be a big help as we lay out our projects using your template.
How can I change them in the demo? would like to test this function before I purchase this theme. Thanks
Proxying to local dev server by setting "proxy" attribute in package.json isn't working. Suggestions?
I ended up just modifying server.babel.js to add 'http-proxy-middleware'
Any plan to update the new React version ??
How about adding a django integration.
Sorry, but the setup for this template is complete and utter insanity. Integrating this thing into an existing project configuration is practically impossible. Waste of time and money. Too bad because it looks great.
This template tries to do too much and ends up being more of a hindrance than anything else. Its nearly impossible to debug things as they're baked into the @sketchpixy/rubix npm package. Just give us the ES6 components. This gets way too cute with setup and has too many options. I wish I had started with something else. This thing causes me constant pain and misery
The ES6 components are available in the rubix\rubix-bootstrap\src folder of the WrapBootstrap download. I do agree with you that the template is too convoluted.
Well, I'd like to buy this one but as I see unresponded comments listed long down here I think it's better to pass.
Move on... free advice
I just purchased this... I have a feeling I made a mistake. Very very old dependencies, horrible documentation... Integrating with Existing Project doesn't work. Shouldn't templates like this one be banned from selling until updated or fixed?

What a shame because I think is one of the most multifaceted templates here... what a shame.
I think there's a policy problem of wrapbootstrap.com
It shouldn't be this way.
I do not recommend purchasing this theme in its current state. The theme uses deprecated React code, and it appears to have abandoned, as the team has not answered any questions in more than nine months. There is no easy way to fix the problems by yourself, since everything is baked into the Rubix npm package.

Furthermore, most of the cool components in the demo app are actually free jQuery plugins which
a) Do not require purchasing this theme to use, and
b) Are a pain in the ass to use with React, since they have to be manually updated when the state changes. Even the much hyped Rubix graph library isn't even implemented with React components.

For me to recommend this theme would require very extensive updates and revisions, which do not seem likely to happen at this time.
I totally agree with you! Rubix demo is very good, but source code is awful. Too old dependencies are pain.
hi, i really love this template but way i can't debug the project (i can't find any webpack src that i can debug in chrome, the all code is already compiled which is very impossible to debug).
How can I return this bad template to you?


This shows, date time pickers as combodate input type,
but there is no example of it in documentation, how to load date picker as FormControls?
I have an error.
FatalThrowableError in ReactJS.php line 64:
Class 'V8Js' not found
I use laradock
is it enough to activate WORKSPACE_INSTALL_INSTALL_V8JS_EXTENSION=true?
Seriously, WTF? I bought this admin dashboard 2 years ago, wasted one week to make it work and after all this time nothing has changed.

Now I am getting: "Invariant Violation: Could not find "store" in either the context or props" if I try to connect redux state to a component with @connect.

It simple does not work out of the box and you are selling that...thing. I put it in simple words: give my money back if you can't do the things in a right way.
The developers haven't responded to questions in more than a year, so I suggest you cut your losses and move on. Most Rubix components can be replaced by react-bootstrap equivalents without too much trouble.

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Single application $24
  • HTML Template
Bootstrap: Compatible with 3.3.x
  • Responsive
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  • IE 9, 10, 11
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Labels: admin, bootstrap, dashboard, graphql, laravel, meteor, rails, reactjs, redux, relay
Released:4 years ago
Updated:2 years ago
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