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Soft UI Dashboard - Free Django Template

Hello Coders!

This article presents Soft UI Dashboard, an open-source Django Template that comes with authentication, Docker scripts, dark-mode, and a permissive license. The product is designed by Creative-Tim on top of Bootstrap 5 (the latest stable release). For newcomers, Django is a leading backend framework actively supported and versioned by programming experts and open-source enthusiasts. Thank you!

Designed for those who like bold elements and beautiful websites, Soft UI Dashboard is made of hundreds of elements, designed blocks, and fully coded pages.

Django Soft Dashboard - Mobile view (open-source)

✨ Product Highlights

If you are looking for a tool to manage and visualize data about your business, this dashboard is the thing for you. It combines colors that are easy on the eye, spacious cards, beautiful typography, and graphics. On top of this, the product is powered by Django, a well-known backend framework.

  • ✅ Modern stack: Django & Bootstrap 5
  • ✅ Authentication, Docker Scripts
  • ✅ Dark/Light mode, RTL
  • ✅ Active versioning and Support
  • ✅ Permissive License

Soft UI Dashboard 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.

This Free Bootstrap 5 Dashboard is coming with prebuilt design blocks, so the development process is seamless, and switching from our pages to the real website is very easy to be done.


✨ Start in Docker

probably the easier way to start the product is to execute the Docker set up, shipped with the sources. Let's do it!

👉 Step #1 - Download the sources using GIT

$ git clone https://github.com/app-generator/django-soft-ui-dashboard.git
$ cd django-soft-ui-dashboard
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👉 Step #2 - Execute the Docker scripts

$ docker-compose up --build 
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Once the above commands are executed, the product should be up & running in the browser.

Django Soft UI Dashboard - Login Page (open-source)


User profile Page - Django Soft Dashboard

Django Soft UI Dashboard - Profile Page (open-source)


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Matt Curcio

Would this be a good place to start learning Django/dashboards or would you start at another point?

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Sm0ke Author

Hello Matt.
Depends on your learning style.
For me, sometimes works to use a sample, play with the code and add new features.
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