The dashboard is the most important aspect of any backend application. It is a great tool to represent the complete app in one layout. It simplifies navigation and provides easy access to the user. Some of the basic modules of a dashboard are Charts, graphics, tables, etc. There are many libraries available to create dashboard both paid and free, now let us look at the best 7.
This is similar to Gridster except this is a completely re-written version of Angular JS. Since this is written in angular js, it has some additional features and better data binding through Angular. You just need to include the Angular-Gridster JS and CSS at the top before starting. This allows resizing of the widgets, swapping of same size widgets, disabling pushing, etc. This also supports Gridster events and two-way data binding.
This is another jQuery plugin for creating drag and drop widget based layouts. You can drag and drop widgets from one column to another with ease. This is also made responsive with Bootstrap V3. It also works great on knockout.js and other touch-based devices.
This is a jQuery plugin to create grids with elements which can be dragged and dropped. You can do the following.
- Drag and Drop
This plugin is compatible with Ruby of Rails. This is registered as an asset in Rail-assets.org. You can just import the rail asset using the below code.
+ gem ‘rails-assets-gridly’
- Grid based Layout
- Add/Delete widgets
- Draggable widget re-ordering
- UI Framework agnostic
- Well Documented