AspNetZero -Starter Kit For Your Next .NET Web Application Based On Metronic
September 3, 2015 at 6:40 pmPosts: 4380Support Staff Reply #2721
We would like to recommend the ASP.NET ZERO product, which is developed by our partners. It adapts Metronic theme to create SPA (Single-Page Application) or MPA (Multi-Page Application) backend web applications based on latest ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Web API, AngularJs and Entity Framework.
It has pre-built login, register, tenant, user & role management… pages and much more. Also, it’s based on AspNet Boilerplate application framework which provides a good infrastructure for Dependency Injection, Authentication, Authorization, Validation, Exception Handling, Localization, Logging, Setting Management, Automatic Audit Logging, Multi Tenancy and so on.
It has also well documented development guides. You can check http://www.aspnetzero.com and create a demo easily to test the working user interface.
June 10, 2016 at 8:31 pmPosts: 22Member Reply #6569
I’m considering purchasing your theme for my Asp.Net MVC 5 project. Can you tell what is included in the purchased product?
Do I get a “Seed” VS2015 MVC project with layout pages and all components ready?
June 11, 2016 at 7:12 amPosts: 22Member Reply #6574
AspNet Zero includes Metronic theme. We used Admin 4 Material Design layout (http://www.keenthemes.com/preview/metronic/theme/admin_4_material_design/). This layout and basic components are already adapted and working. You can try our demo to see all: https://www.aspnetzero.com/ We used only components we needed to build this solution. But other components of Metronic are available, you can use them as you need.
But, AspNet Zero is not just an adapting Metronic to ASP.NET MVC;
* All functionality (and a few more) you can try in demo is fully functional, includes front-end and server side code and server side unit tests. You can see all functionality here: https://www.aspnetzero.com/Documents/Development-Guide
* AspNet Zero is based on ABP framework. This is a compherensive application framework based on .NET and ASP.NET: http://www.aspnetboilerplate.com/Pages/Documents
* AspNet Zero is developed using best practices like dependency injection, domain driven design, layered architecture and so on.
* AspNet Zero also fully supports multi-tenancy, so you can create SaaS applications.
And so on… you can see all features in it’s web site.
June 11, 2016 at 7:24 amPosts: 22Member Reply #6575
I’m sorry I should have been more clear. My question was about the Metronic theme purchase not AspNetZero. If someone from the Metronic team can reply to my question please?
I am an independent developer and I cannot afford the cost of AspNetZero at this time.
June 12, 2016 at 3:03 pmPosts: 4380Support Staff Reply #6582
If you need any further clarifications please let us know.
June 12, 2016 at 11:49 pmPosts: 22Member Reply #6593
Thanks for getting back to me! I will have to pass on the UI for now. I cannot afford the price of the extended license and/or the time to implement this UI into my existing work.
I will take this up, when I have some funds from my clients.
June 16, 2016 at 5:17 amPosts: 4380Support Staff Reply #6649
Sure. But you can start with regular license and get the extended license when you start charging your users and got enough funds 🙂
June 21, 2016 at 8:23 pmPosts: 4Member Reply #6739
We recently purchased a license for the AspNetZero project. We really like the frame work.
And we will like to change the metronic theme from admin 1 to admin 2.
What do I need to do to change it?
- This reply was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by faweh.
June 23, 2016 at 6:22 amPosts: 22Member Reply #6751
First you need to add admin2 files to your project.
Currently admin4 layout is used. You can find it’s files under web project “metronic/assests/admin/layout4”.
Just create a folder with name layout2 and add required files under this folder.
To do that, according to your solution (SPA or MPA) you need to change “layout4” text to “layout2” in AppBundleConfig or MpaBundleConfig.
Then you need to change your cshtml files under “App/common/views/layout/*.cshtml” if you are using SPA,
“Views/Layout/*.cshtml” if you are using MPA to match admin2 html files.
Also, if you dont want to use material design, you need to edit some of html in cshtml files as well.
For example, material form inputs and classic bootstrap inputs have different html syntax.
I hope this will give you a starting point.
Probably you will face some problems along the way but I think it will not hard to resolve.
June 27, 2016 at 7:48 amPosts: 4Member Reply #6819
thanks, this actually worked for me.
October 17, 2016 at 9:25 pmPosts: 33Member Reply #8163
I tried this with Admin 5 , it did not work for me.
October 18, 2016 at 2:29 pmPosts: 22Member Reply #8169
Can you provide more information on your problem, we may help you.
October 20, 2016 at 12:26 amPosts: 33Member Reply #8177
Here you go, I followed the instruction you listed above and
when I try to switch to Admin 1, and then to Admin 5 this is what happened for me.
October 20, 2016 at 6:57 amPosts: 22Member Reply #8182
Basically admin4 (which AspNet Zero uses by default) and admin5 have a different html menu structure.
Admin4 contains sidebar menu under the <div class=”page-container”> tag but Admin5 has a header menu which is under <header> tag.
You need to change your menu html from Admin4 to Admin5 manuallay.
If you need help on that please continue in AspNet Zero official forums http://forum.aspnetboilerplate.com/ and write your problems under premium forum section which is for pruchased customers.
November 13, 2016 at 10:15 pmPosts: 22Member Reply #8491
I was able to purchase aspnetzero regular license with help from my client.
I am working on v1.13 of the aspnetzero solution. I want to change the default theme to Layout1 Material theme.
I’m tyring to follow the steps described above in post #6751. However all of the folders/paths mentioned do not match up with the source code I have. I am using the Asp.Net MPA solution. Can you please provide updated steps to change theme based on the v1.13 solution of aspnetzero?
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