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- ✨ Django React Soft Dashboard - product page
- ✨ Django React Soft Dashboard - LIVE Demo
- 🔥 React Apps - more
✨ Product Features
full-stack ready sed product comes with a few useful features
out-of-the-box that might help beginners, and not only, to code and deliver faster a new end-product using modern technologies.
- Modern UI -
Soft React Dashboard, crafted by Creative-Tim
JWT Authentication Flow- Login, Logout, Register methods
API Server- Django via
- Docker support for
- Free support via Github (issues tracker) and Discord
The UI is crafted on top of
M-UI (ex Material-UI), the most popular components library for React. If you want to get inspiration or just show something directly to your clients, you can jump-start your development with our pre-built example pages. Every page is spaced well, with attractive layouts and pleasing shapes. Soft UI Dashboard React has everything you need to quickly set up an amazing project.
Soft UI Dashboard React is built with over 70 frontend individual elements, like buttons, inputs, navbars, nav tabs, cards, or alerts, giving you the freedom of choosing and combining.
Futuristic VR Page - Soft UI Dashboard
Billing Page - Soft UI Dashboard
✨ How to use the product
This open-source product is a complete full-stack seed product that covers all layers from the UI to the database using a
React Frontend(Soft UI Template)
JWT Authentication: users can register, Sign IN, and logout
Django API Backend: responsible with persistence
In order to use the product, we need to build both parts: the API backend and the React Frontend. Both parts are already configured to work and communicate using compatible settings. In case you are a curious mind willing to build the product in a local environment please access the documentation link provided by the official product page.
In love with this design? Here is the link to another
full-stack product that uses the same design but a different backend: React Node JS Soft Dashboard. The product has an identical
two-tier architecture but is powered by a simple Express Server, SQLite persistence managed by
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