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Download CoreUI or CoreUI Admin Template to get the compiled CSS and JavaScript, source code, or include it with your favorite package managers like npm, RubyGems, and more.

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Compiled CSS and JS

Download ready-to-use compiled code for CoreUI v2.0.1 to easily drop into your project, which includes:

  • Compiled and minified CSS
  • Compiled and minified JavaScript plugins

This doesn’t include, source files, or any optional JavaScript dependencies (jQuery and Popper.js).

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Source files

Compile CoreUI with your own asset pipeline by downloading our source Sass, JavaScript, and documentation files. This option requires some additional tooling:

  • Sass compiler (Libsass or Ruby Sass is supported) for compiling your CSS.
  • Autoprefixer for CSS vendor prefixing

Should you require build tools, they are included for developing CoreUI and its docs, but they’re likely unsuitable for your own purposes.

Download source

Package managers

Pull in CoreUI’s source files into nearly any project with some of the most popular package managers. No matter the package manager, CoreUI will require a Sass compiler and Autoprefixer for a setup that matches our official compiled versions.

npm

Install CoreUI in your Node.js powered apps with the npm package:

npm install @coreui/coreui

Download CoreUI Free Admin Template

Compiled CSS and JS

Download ready-to-use compiled code for CoreUI Free Admin Template v2.0.1 to easily drop into your project, which includes:

  • Compiled and minified CSS
  • Compiled and minified JavaScript plugins

This doesn’t include, source files, or any optional JavaScript dependencies (jQuery and Popper.js).

Download

Source files

Compile CoreUI with your own asset pipeline by downloading our source Sass, JavaScript, and documentation files. This option requires some additional tooling:

  • Sass compiler (Libsass or Ruby Sass is supported) for compiling your CSS.
  • Autoprefixer for CSS vendor prefixing

Should you require build tools, they are included for developing CoreUI and its docs, but they’re likely unsuitable for your own purposes.

Download source