Tabler is fully responsive and compatible with all modern browsers. Thanks to its modern and user-friendly design you can create a fully functional interface that users will love! Choose the layouts and components you need and customize them to make your design consistent and eye-catching. Every component has been created with attention to detail to make your interface beautiful! Show me a demo
We've created this admin panel for everyone who wants to create templates based on our pre-made components. Our mission is to deliver a user-friendly, clear and easy administration panel that can be used by both simple websites and sophisticated systems. The only requirement is basic HTML and CSS (and some Liquid) knowledge — as a reward, you'll be able to manage and visualize different types of data in the easiest possible way!
- Responsive: With the support for mobile, tablet and desktop displays, it doesn’t matter what device you’re using. Tabler is responsive in all major browsers.
- Cross Browser: Our theme works perfectly with the latest Chrome, Firefox+, Safari, Opera, Edge and mobile browsers. We work hard to to provide continuous support for them.
- HTML5 & CSS3: We use only modern web technologies, such as HTML5 and CSS3. Our theme includes some subtle CSS3 animations, which will help you attract attention.
- Clean Code: We followed Bootstrap’s guidelines carefully to make your integration as easy as possible. All code is handwritten and W3C valid.
- Demo pages: Tabler features over 20 individual pages using various components, which gives you the freedom to choose and combine. All components can vary in color and styling that you can easily modify using Sass. Sky is the limit!
- Single Page Application versions: Tabler React has React components for Tabler.
Documentation is available as a part of Tabler preview: https://preview.tabler.io/docs/
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📦 Setup environment
To use our build system and run our documentation locally, you'll need a copy of Tabler's source files. Follow the steps below:
- Install Node.js, which we use to manage our dependencies.
- Navigate to the root
/tablerdirectory and run
npm installto install our local dependencies listed in
- Install Ruby - the recommended version is 2.7.6.
Install Bundler with
gem install bundlerand finally run
bundle install. It will install all Ruby dependencies, such as Jekyll and plugins.
- install Ruby (2.5.* recommended)
brew install ruby @2.5
- install bundler
gem install bundler
- if bundler get any errors try
sudo rm -rf /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools sudo xcode-select --install
- Run NPM
npm run start
Install Git in
C:\Program Files\git\bindirectory and run
npm config set script-shell "C:\\Program Files\\git\\bin\\bash.exe"to change the default shell.
- Install Ruby+Devkit - the recommended version is 2.7.6.
- Read guide to get Jekyll up and running without problems.
Once you complete the setup, you'll be able to run the various commands provided from the command line.
You need to have
- From the root
/tablerdirectory, run installation in the command line:
- Then execute
npm run start-pluginsto start up the application stack.
- Open http://localhost:3000 in your browser, and voilà.
- Any change in the
/srcdirectory will build the application and refresh the page.
npm run build for reforms a one off build application without refresh.
Open http://localhost:3001 to configure the Web server.
Tabler is distributed via npm.
npm install --save @tabler/core
Running with Docker
If you don't want to install node/npm/ruby and the dependencies on your local environment, you can use the provided Dockerfile to build a docker image. This Dockerfile is provided as an example to spin-up a container running Tabler.
Example of how to use this image:
- Build the tabler image :
docker build -t tabler .
- Run the tabler image while mounting the
srcdirectory as well as the
_config.ymlfile into the container.
Don't forget to expose the port 3000 so you can browse the website locally. You can also expose the port 3001 to have access to BrowserSync
docker run -p 3000:3000 -p 3001:3001 -v $(pwd)/src:/app/src -v $(pwd)/_config.yml:/app/_config.yml tabler
Now open your browser to http://localhost:3000. Edit anything in the
src/ folder and watch your browser refresh the page after it has been rebuilt.
All files included in
@tabler/core npm package are available over a CDN.
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/@tabler/core@latest/dist/css/tabler.min.css">
Bugs and feature requests
Found a bug or have a feature request? Please open a new issue.
This project exists thanks to all the people who contribute.
Thank you to all our backers!
Thanks to Chromatic for providing the visual testing platform that helps us review UI changes and catch visual regressions.
See the LICENSE file.