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Quick Start

Quick start your project using DashboardKit.


Navigate to your root folder (i.e. dashboard-kit-react)
c:\>cd dashboard-kit-react
Install Packages by npm or yarn as per your preferences. Here we are using yarn package manager.
c:\dashboard-kit-react> yarn


After package installation, you can start your app by using yarn start command
c:\dashboard-kit-react> yarn start
This will start your local server at http://localhost:3000 Also, your terminal shows the following.
Compiled successfully!
You can now view dashboard-kit-react in the browser.
Local: http://localhost:3000
On Your Network:
Note that the development build is not optimized.
To create a production build, use yarn build.
Dashboard-Kit is very huge with many components, so it will take little time when you run it for first time. Please do not stop execution if it takes time on first launch.

Build & Deploy

This might be too early to deploy but it is always good to know how to deploy.
To build your app in production use yarn build command
c:\DashboardKit-material-react> yarn build
c:\DashboardKit-material-react> npm run build

Deploy for your live site

Change the base URL with your domain and build your application.
You can control this with the homepage field in your package.json
"homepage" : ""
To deploy it for subdirectory i.e
"homepage" : ""
You also need to set base-name in config.js at '../src/config/'
basename: "/subdirectory";
You’ll need to have Node v12.x.x or later on your local development machine (but it’s not required on the server). You can use nvm (macOS/Linux) or nvm-windows to easily switch Node versions between different projects.