Raphael Ugwu
May 1, 2023 ⋅ 13 min read

How to create a React admin panel

Raphael Ugwu Writer, software engineer, and a lifelong student.

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5 Replies to "How to create a React admin panel"

  1. Outstanding, and thank you for this informative blog on ‘react-admin’! Just a not about the code, which is corrected codesandbox….., the username variable should be left out in the authentication component in the following manner. Referring to the codesandbox shows the correction made:

    // when a user tries to logout
    if (type === AUTH_LOGOUT) {
    return Promise.resolve();

    I’ve learned a lot in a relatively brief period of instruction and it’s much appreciated.

    RL Glover

  2. You may want to update some parts in here…
    The DisabledInput Component Was Removed
    You can replace with a disabled or read-only TextInput.

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