CoreUI is an MIT-licensed open source project and is completely free to use. However, the amount of effort needed to maintain and develop new features for the project is not sustainable without proper financial backing.
You can support our Open Source software development in the following ways:
Learn how to use CoreUI React Admin Dashboard Templates including npm scripts to build templates, compile source code, run tests, and more.
CoreUI React Admin Templates uses npm scripts for its build system. Our
package.json includes convenient methods for working with the framework, including compiling code, running tests, and more.
To use our build system and run our admin template locally, you'll need a copy of source files and Node. Follow these steps and you should be ready to rock:
yarn installto install our local dependencies listed in
When completed, you'll be able to run the various commands provided from the command line.
package.json includes numerous tasks for developing the project. Run
npm run or
yarn run to see all the npm scripts in your terminal. Primary tasks include:
|Creates the |
|Runs tests locally|
CoreUI uses Dart Sass for compiling our Sass source files into CSS files (included in our build process), and we recommend you do the same if you're compiling Sass using your own asset pipeline.
Dart Sass uses a rounding precision of 10 and for efficiency reasons does not allow adjustment of this value. We don't lower this precision during further processing of our generated CSS, such as during minification, but if you chose to do so we recommend maintaining a precision of at least 6 to prevent issues with browser rounding.
We uses [Autoprefixer][autoprefixer] (included in our build process) to automatically add vendor prefixes to some CSS properties at build time. Doing so saves us time and code by allowing us to write key parts of our CSS a single time while eliminating the need for vendor mixins like those found in v3.
We maintain the list of browsers supported through Autoprefixer in a separate file within our GitHub repository. See
Here's how to get it started:
npm run startor
yarn startin the command line.
http://localhost:3000in your browser, and voilà.
Should you encounter problems with installing dependencies, uninstall all previous dependency versions (global and local). Then, rerun
npm install or