This article presents an open-source Django Dashboard generated by AppSeed on top of a colorful dark-themed design: Atlantis Lite. The product comes with a simple, intuitive codebase, authentication, database, and deployment scripts via Docker. For newcomers, Django is a leading web framework actively supported and versioned by programming experts using a
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- Django Atlantis Dark - product page
- Django Atlantis Dark - LIVE Demo
- More Django Dashboards - index provided by AppSeed
The product can be downloaded from the sources repository and compiled locally with only a few commands typed in the terminal. Probably the most easier way to do that is to use the Docker integration shipped with this free product. Let's start the project using Docker and build instructions shipped with the product sources.
Step #1 - Download the sources using GIT
Step #2 - Start using Docker
Once all the above commands are executed, we should see the Sign IN page displayed by the browser. By default, the app redirects the guest users to authenticate in order to access the private pages (dashboard, profile page).
The product can be also compiled and started for development using the classic setup where the dependencies are installed manually, the database is migrated and we start the app using
Step #1 - Clone sources
Step #2 - Install modules using a
Step #3 - Migrate Database
Step #4 - Start the app for development
At this point, we can visit the app in the browser and interact with the UI.
Atlantis Lite - Design Presentation
Atlantis is a Bootstrap 4 Admin Dashboard that is beautifully and elegantly designed to display various metrics, numbers, or data visualization.
Atlantis Lite admin dashboard has 2 layouts, many plugins, and UI components to help developers create dashboards quickly and effectively so they can save development time and also help users to make the right and fast decisions based on existing data.
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