Dashkit comes bundled with Bulkit as a dashboard starter kit. It offers some original styles and also a ctachy user profile. Design has been thought to give the best possible experience either on mobile and on desktop. Dashkit uses the Bulkit theming system, so you can change all colors in a breeze. Dashkit also uses some of Bulkit components. You can add more or remove those that you don't need.
If you are tired of Bootstrap designs and code, this is the perfect alternative. Bulma is a lightweight and easy to use css framework based on flex box. It's mobile first grid has proven to be extremely flexible and perfect for mobile devices. On top of that, you have lot of responsive modifiers and mixins natively available.
Bulkit styles are written in scss outputed into a single minified css core file. You can easily use one of the existing themes or create a new one from scratch really quicly. You just have to import your theme scss partial into your core to get a fully functionnal color scheme applied to all components.
Bulkit scss source files structure follows a modular pattern. There a are layout partials (wich are part of core), components partials and exensions partials. You simply import the components you need into your core file.
Dashkit features a set of reusable data widgets and a set of social widgets. These widgets can be uses on every page of your dashboard. Of course, these widget libraries will grow with future updates.
11 demo pages are available in this version but you have enough elements and additional components provided by Bulkit to start your projects. More demo pages will be added in future updates. You can get a glimse to upcoming pages y browsing the sidebar menu :
Current version is 1.0
Dashkit is built with Bulma.io, a trendy css framework based on Flexbox.
Dashkit styles leverage the power of Sass, with a prefered Scss syntax.