SimpleAdmin provides builder for administrative dashboards, it's fit for Web / Mobile / API. Cloud or your own servers, depends on your choice and requirements.
All common admin dashboard tasks like content create / update / delete operations, charts, invite colleagues. It's the self-hosted open-source version to use on own servers.
- Ruby ~> 2.6.3
- Rails ~> 5.2.1
- PostgreSQL >= 9.3.10
- NodeJS >= 8.16.0
To improve SimpleAdmin and to better understand the most popular features, users activity, we plugged an analytical instrument. To disable it:
# config/initializers/settings.rb Simpleadmin::Settings.enable_analytic = false
Step 1 (Project installation)
After installing all required dependencies above, copy the repository locally
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:getsimpleadmin/simpleadmin.git
Install gems, run migrations with the creation of database and seeds
bundle install && rake db:create && rake db:migrate && rake db:seed
npm install && yarn install
Preferred port to run is 5000 because in most cases the main application is running on 3000 port
rails s -p 5000
Use default email
email@example.com and password
example to sign in.
Step 2 (Application integration)
To connect application you need to add API library:
If you didn't find a library for your programming language or framework, please create an issue. After login, you'll see the next form, to proceed, please use a secret key that you've created while installation API library.
If all right you'll see the final step where you can choose tables to use in the admin dashboard
Step 3 (Set up interface)
SimpleAdmin contains two main entities to change the interface of datasets
- Collection and Form fields
The model may be a product on an e-commerce website or article on a blog.
Each model contains fields, on the image below you can see id (unique identifier) and login fields for user model.
You can see collection fields on the page with a list of all records
And form fields while creation and edit a new record
It's a short description of features, to find more information use documentation
Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at github.com/getsimpleadmin/simpleadmin
The project is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License