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Free Admin Dashboards - Coded by Freelancers

sm0ke profile image Sm0ke Updated on ・4 min read

Hello Coders,

This article presents a short-list with admin dashboards coded by freelancers or small agencies that offer their work for free. The source of income for these opensource enthusiasts are sponsorships or side projects build on top of their free projects.

Working at my startUp, accidentally being a marketplace for coded web apps, sometimes I'm contacted by freelancers to take a look at their amazing projects. I will mention only a few here in this article, hoping to provide a little bit more visibility for their efforts. Thanks for reading!


In a rush for more free & open-source admin dashboards? Check out this curated list published on Github: Admin Dashboards


Admin Dashboards - the short-list

Not here a super nice admin dashboard? Feel free to suggest it in the comments. Thank you!


Datta Able Free Admin

Datta Able is built on top of BS4/jQuery stack by a small company named CodedThemes. This small offers some super nice freebies coded in React and Vue.

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Bootstrap Datta Able - Free Admin Panel coded by CodedThemes.


Spica Admin Dashboard

Designed based on the latest version of Bootstrap, Spica is a multi-purpose template that flaunts a stylish, modern, and intuitive look - The product info

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Spica Admin Dashboard - Free admin panel coded by UrbanUI


Tabler Admin Dashboard

A super nice and FREE admin dashboard coded by Paweł Kuna - the template can be used directly from Github.

Links

Tabler Dashboard - Open-Source and Free admin panel.


Airframe React

Airframe Dashboard with a minimalist design and innovative Light UI will let you build an amazing and powerful application with great UI. Perfectly designed for large scale applications, with detailed step by step documentation.

Links

Airframe - Free admin panel coded in React.


MaterialX Dashboard

A super nice admin panel with material design, coded by YooKits.

Links

MaterialX Dashboard - Open-Source and free admin panel.


Sleek Dashboard

Usually, free products don't have many components and sample pages. That's a good strategy to force the users buy the premium version. Well, This design is provided with a huge number of UI components and pages. Also is maintained by a single guy - ABDUS SALAM

Links

Sleek Dashboard - Open-Source and free admin panel


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Thanks for reading! Feel free to submit more free products in comments.

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Datta Able React - Free, but require an account to get the code.

 

Thanks!

 

I am using this template, which is very rich in terms of features/components - coreui.io/react/

 

Hello Alex, thanks for reading the article.
CoreUI is super but ... is a product built by a company that has some budgets. This article tries to promote the freelancers and small agencies with 1 or 2 developers.
I hope I will not upset you with my remark :).

 

I am using Ngx-admin, akveo.github.io/ngx-admin/. It's not bad at all.

 

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Free Bootstrap Admin Template

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Stisla

Stisla is a Free Bootstrap Admin Template which will help you to speed up your project and design your own dashboard UI. Users will love it



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Quick start

Several quick start options are available:

  • Clone the repo: git clone https://github.com/stisla/stisla.git
  • Install yarn first if you don't have it in your machine
  • Run the yarn command
  • Done

Or if you're Indonesian, you can watch my video here

Read the Getting started page for information on the framework contents, templates and examples, and more.

Development Guide

  • Clone the repo: git clone https://github.com/stisla/stisla.git to your local path
  • Make sure you have npm or yarn installed to your machine
  • Run the stisla-dev command to install production dependencies
  • Run the dev command to start developing

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Thank you!

 

Thanks!
Tabler has also a React version - MIT License - LIVE Demo.

 

Double 10x :)