Developing a new theme

randy-bryant

November 11, 02:39 AM

Wave is an awesome project, thank you Tony for all the hard work and polish you have put into Wave and DevDojo. I've created a simple landing page based on Tailwind and the AMP framework and would like to develop a very mobile app like, mobile first theme using my simple AMP app landing page and wire it up to a windmill PWA user dashboard and members area based on Wave. The PWA would also make use of Livewire for real time reactive elements of the PWA.

Here are some links to the pieces and parts of this addition to Wave project. https://amp.dev/documentation/guides-and-tutorials/learn/combine-amp-pwa/ https://amp.dev/documentation/guides-and-tutorials/integrate/amp-to-pwa/ https://github.com/estevanmaito/windmill-dashboard.git

I've started working on this but ran into some bumps in the Wave documentation for building themes. https://wave.devdojo.com/docs/1.0/concepts/themes https://wave.devdojo.com/docs/1.0/basic-concepts/themes

I invite any collaboration on this project, or am willing to just step aside and pay someone to take it on if it works out that way. Let me know any thoughts...

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tnylea

November 11, 04:04 AM

Hey @randy-bryant,

Thanks for the compliment. I'm hoping to build more features for Wave to truly make it the Ultimate SAAS Starter Kit.

Sounds like a fun project you're working on.

What Kind of questions did you have regarding the themes?

Are you having difficulty visiting that page?

Let me know what kind of questions you have and I'll do my best to help you out.

Thanks!

Chat with you soon.

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randy-bryant

November 11, 05:19 AM

https://wave.devdojo.com/docs/1.0/concepts/themes https://wave.devdojo.com/docs/1.0/basic-concepts/themes

these pages have errors but I've been going through the wave database and am beginning to understand how themes are activated and how to do the migrations for seeding the options.

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dejaolsone

November 19, 07:13 AM

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