Discussion on PHP Dashboards v1.2 (Dashboard script written in PHP - 100% source included)

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Hi, Everything seems to render except for the Maps. How can I get them working?

what error message do you get in your browser’s console?

I wasn’t able to get the charts on the UI event after posting the get form. Is there a different mode to use in seeing the example?

Try using this zip file instead. This is a recent zipped version of what’s being demoed so I know it works. I’m updating the posting now. http://phpdashboard.net/products/v1-02.zip

Also, check your PHP server installation and make sure settings match http://phpdashboard.net/products/phpinfo.php

Can you connect the dashboard to a mysql database on a hosted server? will it read the data in realtime? thanks

yes. This script generates PHP code. Simply replace portion of the JSON string ($json) with a call to a MySQL function that generates string dynamically. You will need to know PHP/MySQL to do this.

Hi, I purchased this script, but I am having problems on mobile devices. It is not responsive, therefore it does not look right on mobile devices. I also realized that you have the PHP Dashboard v2, which I should have purchased as it is responsive and easier to implement. I’d like to switch to version 2. Can you please switch my license to that version?

PHP Dashboard is not designed to be responsive. Check out PHP Dashboard for Mobile Devices.

Thanks. I purchased the v2, but I am having trouble with that as well. The US Collection maps are not rendering on the demo and in the code I purchased as well. Check https://codecanyon.net/item/php-dashboard-new-version-12/6522443/comments?page=3&filter=all#comment_14025606. Plz fix this as I need it asap. Thanks.

Hello,

i need some help, could you please contact me?

I want to have a dashboard plattform, where user can add/edit/delete dashboards. Each dashboard can have single container that are alle dragable. Of course responsive. User can add more data sources (csv, mysql). We allready have a commercial highcharts licence, so we would like to use this. User should also comment on dashboard elements (singel statistics boards.).

which of your scripts do we have to buy?

thanks.

Regards, Olaf

html5 dashboard designer

Hello! this looks great, I have a pre-sales question. I need to give a front end to my wordpress registered users so they can upload a xls or cvs file into a table in my mysql db. Will I be able to give that capability to my users with this system? thanks!

Sure. But you’ll need to customize it with this functionality. All source code is included in the script. Ninja

Hi Ninja,

Happy New Year, first of all. I have 2 pre-sales questions: 1. Have you got other countries/continents in the display instead of USA alone? 2. How can charts that I don’t need be taken out before displaying the whole report to viewers?

I look forward to hearing from you. Thanks in advance.

Khoel

100% of the source code is included in the script. You’ll can tailor to your needs but will need to know how to code in PHP. – NInja

Pretty straight forward if you can read PHP

I have humen resource script .. can you make this iteam connect with our information ? example I want KPI like doctor X had finished 10 customer and doctor Y finished 5 customer .. and Y and z and so .. i want connect your iteam with our data ..

Yes. Here are different ways you can do this. You can have your system extract a JSON, CSV or Excel file and charts in the dashboard can point to it, you can write a PHP script and a chart can do an API call to the script (JSON), or you can write a MySQL or Postgres select statement to extract data from your database directly (assuming you are using MySQL or Postgres). – Ninja

Hope this makes sense. Let me know if it doesn’t.

Oops…I mispoke, I was referring to my later PHP Dashboard scripts (version 4 and 5). For version 1, you will need to replace parts of the JSON string that generates the dashboard with PHP code that does a database call to ‘inject’ the data you need into the JSON. Should be pretty basic for intermediate / advanced PHP/MySQL coder. – Ninja

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