Fuse is an AngularJS admin template that uses Angular Material library. While it follows Google’s Material Design Specs., it also has lots of unique and beautifully designed applications and generic page designs. Fuse is not only a great kick starter for your project but it also is an extremely good place to learn some of the advanced aspects of the AngularJS.
Custom built color management and theme builder compatible with Angular Material Themes
15 content layouts
18 page designs
Custom built directives & services
ui-router compatible advanced navigation
Form stepper (wizard)
Masonry layout creator
Material color picker
Timeline (load more & infinite scroll capabilities)
Fully translatable with angular-translate
Fuse uses Google’s Angular Material project. All elements that available
in the Angular Material project can be used within Fuse.
Besides the Angular Material elements Fuse also have support for couple other
Material Design Cards
Fuse supports all modern browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari) including IE11 and Edge.
IE10 is partially supported due to partial IE10 support of the Angular Material library.
We are open to any kind of suggestions. If you have any feature ideas that
you want to see in the future updates, please let us know. We will do our best
to improve the theme based on your suggestions.
For your support requests, please use our Support Ticket System. We will get back to you within 48 hours in working days. Your request will be queued so please be patient and give us as much information as possible so we can quickly address and find a solution
to your issue.
Support requests made via item comments, social networks and via any other media will not
be answered so please open a support ticket in our support system.
* Built-in applications have lots of functionalities. While they are great places to start building your app, we do not guarantee 100% functionality in any of them. You may still need to implement some of the functionalities by yourself.
Fuse is an AngularJS template, it’s designed to work as a separate app but with the proper building process, you can still use the template within your server side apps (PHP, Ruby, ASP.net etc.)