By creating several dashboards for my professional use, I ended up with several dashboard templates. So I decided to make it open source because it would motivate me to create even more dashboards.
At the beginning I wanted to make them only for React but with time I was motivated to make them for Next.js, Vue.js and Nuxt to reach more developers.
I made a total of 8 dashboards and each dashboard has 4 templates.
- React template
- Next.js template
- Vue template
- Nuxt.js template
i took advantage of Tailwind's flexibility to create free premium dashboard templates.
- Support of the active route (styled by default).
- Fully customizable and without external dependencies.
- No vendor lock-in, you can export it and integrate it in your project.
- Sidenav aligned left or right according to your preferences (on mobile).
- A detailled documentation.
Salvia-kit is created to solve a problem I often encountered when using dashboards owned by third party developers or companies. that is vendor lock-in.
These dashboards often contained many configurations with several scripts, which still did not allow to export them and integrate them easily into an existing project. Therefore, it was always necessary to use the repository provided by the owner of the dashboard.
This is what motivated me to create dashboards that can be easily integrated into existing projects with simple, readable code and documentation designed for developers.
As English is not my native language, I can make some grammatical mistakes while writing all the 33 repositories. You can fix that by contributing to improve content.
If You'd like to add a new dashboard, please check out the Contribution Guide
Thanks to Vercel for sponsoring this project by allowing it to be deployed for free for the entire Salvia-kit Team.