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webpack build is very slowly..
so, set the "devtool" option is "eval".
but, I still slowly... 25 seconds....
Is there a way to build or run it quickly?
This is ridiculous how many people have complained about this same issue and it still has not been resolved.

I just bought SPIN - Dashboard ReactJS/JQuery Theme
Tried to run npm install and am getting this Error:

npm ERR! code E404
npm ERR! 404 Not Found: @owczar/[email protected]://registry.npmjs.org/@owczar/spin-template/-/spin-template-1.5.2.tgz

I just messaged you requesting the correct template.
What version of NodeJS are you running? Anything newer than v6 seems to break the application.

Try NodeJS v4 or v6, should work just fine on "npm install" command. Each version of NodeJS comes with a new version of NPM which breaks everything.
FYI

SPIN React - v-1.3.1

file: src/components/Charts/SparklinePie/SparklinePie.js#122
was: const data = this.getData(classes, nextProps);
fix: const data = this.getData(nextProps);

Great theme, solid job.
Will you update this to bootstrap 4? its the only thing preventing me from purchasing right now =)
marirs PURCHASED
How can you make the subnav also sticky

Thanks
Hi!

I would like to have a theme with dark\light options, which users can switch as they desire. This is to create day\night modes, basically, as it's much much easier to work with dark UIs in the dark, and bright UIs are usually easier on the eyes at daytime\when it's bright in the room. Dark themes are also generally better for monitoring, as you can notice bright color alerts better.

I really love the style of your SPIN and other dashboards. I wonder if you're planning to add dark color scheme for one of your bright themes, or a bright options for your SPIN dashboard?

If not, I suppose I'll have to edit the css myself to create alternative option...

There are really not so many dark\bright dashboard themes out there unfortunately.
Hi,
I have created my own route in 'route' file. when navigating to another page with <Link to= > and pass one string with the Link. it through the following error.

Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'title' of undefined
at DefaultLayout.componentDidUpdate

and Title disappears on Top. if I navigate without data string. The link works fine. please guide. I am stuck.
jhylton PURCHASED
Hello,

I see the skin options and nice to see i can change the color via the demo however how can i make this a default in my project? for instance i would like to leverage the Orange or Warning color and make that persistant. the documentation doesnt touch on how to do this. I have also been looking at what is being changed via chrome f12 and looking at the DOM and seems color is referenced here:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="../assets/stylesheets/app.min.e0bb64e7.css">

however if i use the starter pack dev-starter-page it seems to be leveraging this:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="assets/stylesheets/app.css">

if i just reference this page, with more advanced controls that are being pulled from the full site, i get undesirable effects with the navigation.

thanks!

Jontahan
jhylton PURCHASED
any chance for a response?

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Single application $19
Version:1.3.4
Type:
  • HTML Template
Bootstrap: Compatible with 3.3.x
Layouts:
  • Responsive
  • Fluid
  • Fixed-width
Browsers:
  • IE 9, 10, 11
  • Latest Chrome
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  • Latest Safari
Uses Less:No
Uses Sass:Yes
Category:
Labels: admin, app, crm, dashboard, react, reactjs, template, theme, ui, webapp
Item#:WB0G2XT20
Released:1 year ago
Updated:6 months ago
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