An awesome Material Dashboard crafted with ReactJs based on Material UI’s components!
Paper and Ink is a Free React Dashboard built with:
clone the repository
$ git clone https://github.com/georgesimos/paper-and-ink.git myproject $ cd myproject
Install the dependencies and devDependencies
$ npm install
Set environment variables
cp .env.example .env
Start the server
$ npm start
We have implemented some basic pages, so you can see our template in action.
├── public │ └── images │ └── favicon.ico │ └── index.html │ └── manifest.json ├── src │ └── assets │ └── components │ └── layout │ └── pages │ └── routes │ └── theme │ └── App.js │ └── App.test.js │ └── history.js │ └── index.js │ └── serviceWorker.js │ └── setupTests.js ├── .env.example ├── .eslintrc ├── .gitignore ├── .prettierrc ├── .CHANGELOG.md ├── .jsconfig.json ├── LICENSE ├── package.json ├── README.md ├── yarn.lock
Paper and Ink is currently extended with the following plugins. Instructions on how to use them in your own application are linked below.
Source Code: https://github.com/georgesimos/paper-and-ink
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