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Hi, thanks for purchasing.

Sorry for replying late, what problem do you came across? Could you give me more details?

Thanks
Hi,

I am using MAC and I am unable to open the provided ZIP file. Can you resend me the file in .RAR format or in .EXE format at eshban@gmail.com

Thanks
Hi, thanks for purchasing.

That's weird. Because I am using Mac as well, and it supports .zip well, you don't need any extra software.

Hope this helps :)
Hi,
From your description it sounded like this theme would be ready to tie to an AJAX backend for serving content in a single-page style. "Fully ajax powered" does seem to imply that. But I cannot find any instances of $http.get in your code. The docs don't say anything about how to connect the frontend to a data source of any sort.

It would be really helpful if you could provide some pointers of how to bind the theme to an ajax data source. I choose your theme because it was angular based and could support AJAX natively.

thanks,
Graham
Hi, thanks for purchasing.

Yes, you are right. It's a single page application.

However, it's a just theme, it's front end only and doesn't have any back end code. So that user can use whatever back end they prefer.

And your question is more about using AngularJS instead of using the admin. If you are familiar with using AngularJS, it should be simple. You can find more info [here](https://docs.angularjs.org/api)

Hope this helps :)
Hi,
Regarding Graham's question - can you describe in a little bit more detail what you mean by 'built on Angular', given this is a key point for many potential buyers? Many thanks.
Craig
Hi, thanks for purchasing.

By "built on AngularJS" means that AngularJS is fundamental to Slim admin.

I know some buyers aren't familiar with Angular so they want to get rid of Angular.js. However, because Angular is fundamental to Slim admin, it's really time consuming to do so.

Hope this helps :)
I wanna start with this: Very very nice theme!

I wanted to purchase but I have a couple of questions regarding user experience:
1. Can the page transitions be turned off to better mimic a native app?
2. While the next page loads, is it possible for us to implement a loader image?
3. A usability problem with flaky internet connection is that, when the internet connection goes down, after you click on a link on the left menu and there is no response nor error. This is bad in terms of usability. It keeps people expecting something or some sort of response. In traditional web pages, at least there is a response like "Unable to connect to the Internet" page. Do you see the importance of this?

Thanks a lot. Please keep improving this theme!
4. When we scroll down halfway then loads another page, the next page is supposed to begin at the top, but it begins somewhere in the middle.
Hi, thanks for your interest

Q1: Can the page transitions be turned off to better mimic a native app?
A1: Yes, you can

Q2: While the next page loads, is it possible for us to implement a loader image?
A2: Yes, you can, however I personally don't have plan for this now, hope you understand.

Q3: A usability problem with flaky internet connection is that...
A3: You are right, it's a best practice to do so, however I personally don't have plan for this now, hope you understand.

Q4: When we scroll down halfway then loads another page, the next page is supposed to begin at the top, but it begins somewhere in the middle.
A4: Thanks for your feedback, I'll take a look at this :)

Hope this helps :)
Thank you so much for the reply, arousing.
I am a javascript dev myself so do you think I will be able to implement #3 & #4 via some sort of events?

Maybe for #3, there is something that mimics 'page-fails-to-load' event?
Maybe for #4, do a onclick -> scroll to top ? This is more important in my opinion, because it is a pretty awkward "bug"

Roy
Hi,

Q: I am a javascript dev myself so do you think I will be able to implement #3 & #4 via some sort of events?

A: Personally, I think you should able to do it if you are familiar with AngularJS

Hope this helps :)
For a neat - totally native and non obtrusive loader - look at github for a angular-loading-bar or have a look at the angular-app project. The latter have a very simple yet - very nice implementation of a httpRequestTracker which can be used to display any kind of animated gif.

The first one is as simple as including it in your app.js and add the included css to your indes.html. No external dependencies and styleable through the css.

And no - I have affiliation with either off them - they are just that good.

Mister Scruff
formac PURCHASED
I was wondering what kind of documentation is provided with the theme?
Hi, it will help you get up and running. However you should know how to use AngularJS first

Hope this helps :)
pbk101 PURCHASED
Is the code CoffeeScript or JavaScript ?
Hi, thanks for your interest.

It's CoffeeScript, as well as compiled JavaScript which is quite readable.

Hope this helps :)
cadz7 PURCHASED
Hi,

Thank you for an amazing template.

I have a lot of questions regarding this application as I want to build upon it.
Could I interact with you over any Instant Messaging?

Anyways, first question, I want to add a separate view called views/abc/abc.html.
I added abc.html in views and created a AbcCtrl in scripts/UI/abc

However when I go to http://localhost:9000/#/abc/abc, it redirects to 404.
What am i missing?

Thanks
Hi, thanks for purchasing.

You question is more AngularJS related rather then Admin related, so I'll just give you some quick tips, hope you understand.

Q: I want to add a separate view called views/abc/abc.html. I added abc.html in views and created a AbcCtrl in scripts/UI/abc However when I go to http://localhost:9000/#/abc/abc, it redirects to 404.
What am i missing?

A: You forgot to add it to AngularJS routes. You should do it by modify ./client/scripts/app.coffee file

Hope this helps :)
cadz7 PURCHASED
Hey,

I have a few question here:
1.
I replaced all the js files from .tmp folder to scripts folder and everything works fine except app.js
Now there is a client/scripts/app.js, slim/.tmp/scripts/app.js and slim/client/scripts/app.coffee.
Can I make it so it read all the routes from slim/client/scripts/app.js instead of app.coffee?

2.
Also, how is the dist folder compiled?
My main requirement is to run a Node/ExpressJS app pointing to the folder containing client scripts.
Now, the best way in my opinion would be to compile everything to dist folder but I would like your suggestion on this.

3.
Finally, when I try to debug the script files in chrome dev tools, it still seems to use the .coffee files even though I only wish to deal and debug my js files imported in index.html?

Thanks a lot!
Rick
trinit PURCHASED
Thank you for this theme, I just bought it and it looks great. Quick question, I see you have been using a yeoman generator for this (to support auto-reload, the nice grunt tasks etc)

What generator did you use to start this?

Also great job on the documentation, it's very impressive for a "static" theme.
Hi, thanks for purchasing, and thanks for your warm words :)

Q: What generator did you use to start this?

A: I used the popular [generator-angular](https://github.com/yeoman/generator-angular)

Hope this helps :)
Arousing,

Thanks for a getting me off to a great start with Angular! Having a working example to start from really helps. On the charts page, the pie charts are rendering weird. Have a screen shot, but don't know how to upload. How do you plan to distribute bug fixes...patches to .git?
Hi, thanks for your feedback

What pie do you mean? You can give me the page link and the chart name if you got time

Again, thanks for your feedback, really appreciate it :)
Hi

I have purchased this theme and I followed the instructions to use it (npm install, bower install, grunt server). But when I try to run this last command (grunt server) I received this error:
"Warning: Running "compass:server" (compass) task
Warning: Couldn't find the `compass` binary. Make sure it's installed and in your $PATH Use --force to continue."

I have installed compass (npm install compass), but this same error message appears...
I do not have much knowledge about compass, sass, etc..
Can you help me?
Now I solved this problem, running "gem install compass" :)
Cool :)
Hi, I've byed the theme, it's awesome.

I want to know: how can I know what files are changed on each update that you releases?
Can I have any log of what was changed and what files?

I'm working a SaaS aplication using this theme,
so I need to apply the updates on the server,
as soon as its has been released.

I will remove many things that I will not use in this first moment of the my SaaS app,
and I will adding back each element that I will start using :)
Q: Can I have any log of what was changed and what files?
A: Sorry, I can't provide logs for now. Hope you understand.
imhotepp PURCHASED
Nice template looking forward to implement my app with it.

Questions:
1. email template will be included?
2. social login will be included? (FB/Twitter/G+)
3. The colors of the landing page can be changed to map to backend color?

Thank you
Hi, thanks for purchasing.

Q1: Email template will be included?
A1: Do you the landing page? Yes, it is

Q2: social login will be included? (FB/Twitter/G+)
A2: I am sorry social login won't be included, because it need back end support, and the admin is front end only, sorry about that, hope you understand.

Q3: The colors of the landing page can be changed to map to backend color?
A3: As mentioned before, there's no back end. I am afraid you have to achieve so on your own.

Hope this helps :)
thumbs up - angular is the framework and this is a very good companion to that framework

great work - really great work - my appreciation - tipping my hat

Mister Scruff
Thanks for your warm words, really appreciate it :)
cadz7 PURCHASED
Hi,

I asked 3 questions last week in comments above and still haven't received a response so let me ask again in new post:

1.
I replaced all the js files from .tmp folder to scripts folder and everything works fine except app.js
Now there is a client/scripts/app.js, slim/.tmp/scripts/app.js and slim/client/scripts/app.coffee.
Can I make it so it read all the routes from slim/client/scripts/app.js instead of app.coffee?

2. Also, how is the dist folder compiled?
My main requirement is to run a Node/ExpressJS app pointing to the folder containing client compiled scripts.

3.
Finally, when I try to debug the script files in chrome dev tools, it still seems to use the .coffee files even though I only wish to deal and debug my js files imported in index.html?

Thanks a lot!
Rick
Sorry that I didn't see the comment above

Q1. I replaced all the js files from .tmp folder to scripts folder and everything works fine except app.js
Now there is a client/scripts/app.js, slim/.tmp/scripts/app.js and slim/client/scripts/app.coffee.
Can I make it so it read all the routes from slim/client/scripts/app.js instead of app.coffee?
A1: Why app.js can't be replaced? I don't quite get it.

Q2. Also, how is the dist folder compiled? My main requirement is to run a Node/ExpressJS app pointing to the folder containing client compiled scripts.
A2: Dist folder is compiled by Grunt, you can run "grunt server:dist" to generate it.

Q3. Finally, when I try to debug the script files in chrome dev tools, it still seems to use the .coffee files even though I only wish to deal and debug my js files imported in index.html?
A3: After you replace all the CoffeeScript files with JS files, it (the chrome dev tools) should load the JS file instead.

Hope this helps :)
maheroku PURCHASED
Hi there, great template, I was just wondering if NodeJs is a must have for this template or not. I'm using Rails as backend and do not wish to have NodeJS in top of that. You think I can skip having NodeJS entirely and still have a functional template?
Hi, thanks for purchasing.

NodeJS is not a must, actually, you can use whatever back end you prefer.

Hope this helps :)
maheroku PURCHASED
another quick question, is bower_components folder supposed to be in the client folder? Because if I put it in the slim folder I get an error but in your description of the file structure of client folder there is no bower_components.
Hi, thanks for purchasing.

Yeah, you should put it in ./client folder, however I have already set it in .bowerrc file, that is the Bower config file, you don't need to do it manually.

Hope this helps :)
manviny PURCHASED
Written in coffescript, gives errors when using grunt server:

Warning: Use --force to continue.
Aborted due to warnings.

I ask for a refund, because as the author says is coffescript, but nobody answer.
Sorry for the late reply.

What warning do you get? Could you give me more details?

By the way, have installed all the Bower and NPM packages before run "grunt server"?
This is when running grunt server it appears compass is not installed or added to the $PATH anyway just use grunt server --force and thats all
This template, It looks awesome and Its great is using Angularjs I bought it because that and also because responsive with bootstrap widgets. Also uses grunt and bower thats awesome.

The problem is coffeescript, as a client side framework should be base with javascript and optional for people that likes coffeescript. but I have to run the author build to get the js files then replace them, I dont like that.

Other is sass is a pain in the neck with ruby and many dependencies, Why not use plain css3 is awesome and easy for a framework. I admit I never used sass so it is difficult to figure it out. So How do I compile sass files to css so i can run the development version of Slim? the grunt file have it or I have to run the sass command?.
Ok I used the "grunt server:dist" and compiles the sass to css but yes this minimize the js files and package all for dist.

What I want is just compile the sass to css so I can run the development version of Slim, I guess I need to use the sass command for that right?, Sorry Im a noob to sass.
Hi, thanks for purchasing.

CoffeeScript is my personal preference, I probably will consider using plain JS in the future.

About Sass, it much more powerful than plain CSS3, I use it and love it :)
Q: What I want is just compile the sass to css so I can run the development version of Slim, I guess I need to use the sass command for that right?, Sorry Im a noob to sass.

A: Simply run "grunt server", if you want to do some development. Grunt take care of all the task automation.
Another question, the template says that comes with different theme colors, on the documentation does not say anything how to change the color theme?.
Ok I found it just change the skin variable on the admin scope
Sorry for the late reply

Glad you found it :)

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Single application $15
Version:3.1.0
Type:
  • HTML Template
Bootstrap: Compatible with 3.3.x
Layouts:
  • Responsive
  • Fluid
Browsers:
  • IE 9, 10, 11
  • Latest Chrome
  • Latest Firefox
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Uses Less:No
Uses Sass:Yes
Categories:
Tags: admin template, admin theme, angularjs admin, angularjs dashboard, angularjs theme, bootstrap admin, bootstrap dashboard, dashboard template, dashboard theme, flat design
Item#:WB0RR5C65
Released:3 years ago
Updated:1 year ago
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