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AdminLTE - Migrated to Jinja2, Flask and Django

sm0ke profile image Sm0ke ・2 min read

Hello coders,

This article presents the well-known AdminLTE design in three different flavors, released under the MIT licenses on Github, actively supported by AppSeed core team via Github and LIVE support via Discord.



AdminLTE Jinja2 - Charts screen.


AdminLTE

AdminLTE is a fully responsive administration template. Based on Bootstrap 4.4 framework and also the JS/jQuery plugin. Highly customizable and easy to use. Fits many screen resolutions from small mobile devices to large desktops.
This free admin dashboard design, with a simple Material Kit layout, is actively maintained by 150+ contributors. With more than 35k GH stars and 14.8k forks, might be a good choice for your next project.


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AdminLTE - Jinja2 version

The Jinja2 template engine is quite a popular engine among Python programmers mostly for usage simplicity and security. Based on the similarities with other template engines (Django Native, Blade, Nunjunks) the UI can be easily migrated and used in other frameworks and builders like Laravel, CodeIgniter, Eleventy.


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AdminLTE Flask

The Flask starter is provided with a basic set of features like authentication, dual database configuration (SQLite, PostgreSQL), modular codebase with Blueprints, and deployment scripts.



AdminLTE - Flask starter provided by AppSeed.


AdminLTE Django

Django version is quite similar in terms of features with Flask version:

  • UI-Ready app, SQLite Database, Django Native ORM
  • Modular design, clean code-base
  • Session-Based Authentication, Forms validation
  • Deployment scripts: Docker, Gunicorn / Nginx

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AdminLTE - Django starter provided by AppSeed.


All starters can be used directly from Github and based on the permissive license, unlimited hobby and commercial usage are allowed.


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