Because 1.3.x has some breaking changes, I'll build a new template on that (I am working on it now), hope you understand.
How do I change this so that it converts foo.bar.coffee to foo.bar.js?
The reason I launch this Q&A forum for buyers is that:
1. I realize most questions are alike, I created this forum so that other buyers can benefit from the information there too
2. Because everybody can see the message there, it’ll make me to provide the best support possible.
This is a great template :)
any sign of plain JS version coming in ?
However, I have already uploaded my new plain JS admin named Flatboard, and it has been under review by WrapBootstrap for over 2 weeks now
I'll contact them to know why.
Hope this helps :)
Btw, feel free to email me through my profile page: https://wrapbootstrap.com/user/arousing
- Is there a multi-select form element?; and
- Can the side menu provide 3 or more menu levels (so for example: Forms > Form Layouts > Layout 1 > etc.). I notice that only two are shown in the demo version.
Q1: Is there a multi-select form element?
A1: There isn't a multi-select element yet, I was thinking to add one later, not sure though.
Q2: Can the side menu provide 3 or more menu levels
A2: Sorry again, it doesn't. I'll build this one later, however there isn't a exact timeframe for it
This admin templates is built with AngularJS framework, will AngularJS work with the rest of your tech stacks? If so, you should be able to use it :)
Let me know if you need more help :)
So you want to make certain node expanded when you open the admin app right?
I have hit a road block where after successful login - I want the app.controller.js to reload.
People on stackoverflow recommend states
Would states be hard to integrate into your angular code and can you offer any guidance?
What angular module do you mean by states?
Apologies- was away a few days
I am referring to the ui-router module - https://github.com/angular-ui/ui-router
So you want to integrate it with ui-router right?
Then I think you need some customization, it won't be hard, in fact [my new material admin template](http://themeforest.net/item/material-design-admin-with-angularjs/1358222) on Theme Forest uses ui-router, lol :)
There isn't any mapping, however when you run `grunt serve:dist` it compiles a distribution version to
any chance we could get the ui-router from angular-ui, for routing instead of the default one?
For Slim admin, my plan is to use as few as third party libraries as possible. So I used the default one.
I am afraid you need to replace the default with ui-router manually, if you prefer to use the late one.
Sorry about it.
Because Angular 2 is quite different from Angular 1, it will be a new admin template, hope you understand.
It's work in progress now
sorry if my question is silly.
I am sorry there isn't any video tutorial for it now.
2 I am sorry, there isn't an non-angular (HTML+CSS) version
Hope this helps :)
I'm trying to figure out how I can get the loading image at the left-top corner of the page. When I click on a button on the aside panel, before the page is refreshed, it is shown as well as a animated line at the very top. Where can I find these components in the code? I couldn't find it even using the Chrome Devtools.
Thanks for the help!
I am considering to purchase the template.
I need to load the sidebar menu using a JSON array from the controller. Does the template provide this service? And the top menu would be as well possible?
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 3.3.x|
|Tags:||admin template, admin theme, angularjs admin, angularjs dashboard, angularjs theme, bootstrap admin, bootstrap dashboard, dashboard template, dashboard theme, flat design|
|Released:||3 years ago|
|Updated:||1 year ago|
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