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🔥React Dashboard - isomorphic admin dashboard template (React.js, Bootstrap, Node.js, GraphQL, React Router, Babel, Webpack, Browsersync) 🔥

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React Dashboard — "isomorphic" admin dashboard template

built with React, Bootstrap, React Router, Redux and GraphQL based on Create React App and latest industry best practices.

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This seed project is a sort of a free version of a template that may be found on Themeforest or Wrapbootstrap with working backend integration. You may use it to bootstrap the development of your next web app.


  • React
  • Mobile friendly layout (responsive)
  • React Router
  • Bootstrap3
  • GraphQL
  • Nodejs backend inegration
  • Sass styles
  • Stylish, clean, responsive layout
  • Lots of utility css classes for rapid development (flatlogic css set)
  • Authentication
  • CRUD operations examples

Quick Start

1. Get the latest version

You can start by cloning the latest version of React Dashboard on your local machine by running:

$ git clone -o react-dashboard -b master --single-branch \ MyApp
$ cd MyApp

2. Run
yarn install

This will install both run-time project dependencies and developer tools listed in package.json file.

3. Run
yarn dev

This command will start the app with simultaneously with express server, set up your database, start local server XAMPP, opensever, or other tool to start database, connect to it in file

src > data > sequelize.js.
Also go to
src > data > schema.js 
and enable mutation. This preparation will enable to realize CRUD operations locally

4. How to create db

Create db. For instance name it "sequelize" and add posts table to it, your table should have same structure as you can see on the screenshot
table structure

http://localhost:3000/ — Node.js server
http://localhost:3000/graphql — GraphQL server and IDE

Now you can open your web app in a browser, on mobile devices and start hacking. Whenever you modify any of the source files inside the

folder, the module bundler (Webpack) will recompile the app on the fly and refresh all the connected browsers.

For more info please refer to getting started guide to download and run the project (Node.js >= 6.5)


For any additional information please go to our support forum and raise your questions or feedback provide there. We highly appreciate your participation!

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