Webdash

A customizable web dashboard for your web projects

Webdash helps you visualize, monitor & manage your web project right in the browser using community-driven plugins

Webdash is open source, which means you can create your own custom plugins in Webdash.

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10 Reviews5.0/5
I'm not entirely sure how it works. For example "Stay on top of your installed packages and visualize your node dependencies.". Is that on my desktop, my server? Does it run with admin privileges to be able to install scripts?
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Jad Joubran
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GDE, MVP & freelance Web consultant
@pupeno Thanks for checking it out! "Stay on top of your installed packages and visualize your node dependencies." this is just one of the plugins available for Webdash However you can run webdash wherever you decide. It runs locally, so you need to have the repo installed and install webdash inside of it as a dev dependency as explained in the Get started section on https://webdash.xyz
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M SnyderDeveloper @PPG / Paintzen
Great contribution @jadjoubran, for those wanting more open source dashboard options I would look at Cyclotron, it's a very accessible and well documented SPA app.
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Eli OrFront End Developer, Dynamic Yield
Tried to use it but it doesn't work on Windows :disappointed: Anyway great UI
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Jad Joubran
Maker
GDE, MVP & freelance Web consultant
Hey @frenchie_m! Can you please open an issue on Github? Also make sure that you've got `node` at least version 8 It should work on windows, so if it doesn't after updating node, let me know!
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Matt MichelDevelopers, Developers, Developers!
This looks really neat, I'll definitely give it a try. How do you plan to monetise this?
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Jad Joubran
Maker
GDE, MVP & freelance Web consultant
@ninjapixel Thanks! This is one of my many free open source projects (https://github.com/jadjoubran) I don't have immediately planning on monetizing any of them but I may one day create a patreon campagin or open collective
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Kevin Jantzer
Software Engineer, Blackstone Audio
Your "Get Started" example should include installing `npx`. (I figured it out, `npm install -g npx`, but I had not heard of npx until now)
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Anders EvjenFounder, Purpl AS
@kjantzer If you're using NPM version 5.2 or above npx is automatically included.
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Jad Joubran
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GDE, MVP & freelance Web consultant
@kjantzer @evjand Yes indeed, npx should be included And webdash won't work unless you've got node >= 8, I'll make this clear on the website today Thanks!
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