When working on a new project be it either for yourself or for a client, the very first thing that comes to mind is the design of the website. A software or a SaaS is as good as it looks, with the number of players in the industry, one has to make sure their UI, as well as UX game, is strong else users leave as soon as they come. Nobody likes to see a highly-priced SaaS with a UI of a website that seems like it was built by a high schooler.
Jumbo is a react admin template currently available to buy from themeforest. Jumbo not only offers all the templates but the development using Jumbo is also pretty good. In our testing, we were able to use the ready-made Jumbo components easily as the code was well structured and the documentation was apt to redesign the code ourselves. For the UI part, Jumbo offers a host of ready-made components and screens.
Top Dashboard Screens
One of the best-looking stats screens that Jumbo offers is the ECommerce dashboard as they call it. The use of line graphs is still in the trend and lines with a gradient background make it look even more upcoming and enhance the overall look and feel of the dashboard. This screen not only can be used for E-Commerce but can be used in monitoring dashboards, people management, fleet management, etc.
The other Stats screen that Jumbo provides is the Crypto Dashboard. Now even though the name says Crypto, the dashboard can be used for various different uses as well the primary being finance related like pay management, stock portfolio, etc. Here we have Gradient Line graphs which are very trendy nowadays. Along with this, the template also provides a table row view in the same minimal theme.
Out of the various other screens, the profile screen was something that we personally really liked. While all other templates are going for that curved look all around, here the profile seemed like something a real project would actually have. It also has the same material look and feels that is going around in the template and overall it will dwell really well for any SaaS-based website. I can go really well for a social networking site, an educational website, or even a recruitment website(very similar to HandShake).
Jumbo has also provided us with a todo application. This is something that not many themes have provided in the past. The UI of the Todo applications seems very neatly made and the margin for all types of devices is neatly done.
Along with these, the theme also offers other screens like:
- Social Media Feed
The development flow on Jumbo is the part where it outperforms most of its competitors. The best part is the modular documentation that is able to explain each bit clearly. The code base is also very modular and picking up components and using them in your code base is very easy. Currently Jumbo is only available on React but the developers have mentioned that the Angular and Vue version of the same is coming soon.
All the hooks are called using Redux. The redux actions can be found in the folder called actions. The reducers are subsequently inside the reducers folder.
The layout of each component is divided in the following ways:
Overall, the Jumbo template is a fine template to use for most of application that needs an admin dashboard. It offers a host of features and comes at a great price of USD $24 on themeforest.