Project status

The project is under active development. While it is liveopen in new window already, I consider the status late alpha due to possible changes and the minimal amount of widgets.


The goal of this project is a fully customizable and extendable dashboard, with modules like clock, weather, todo tasks, bookmarks, calendar, etc. The user should be able to view all important information on a single page.

  • Create a browser start page with some common widgets.
  • Display company-related information on TVs around the office.
  • Display marketing information at an exhibition stand.
  • Brainstorm ideas using notes and images.
  • Monitor systems to ensure their availability and efficiency.
  • Visualize your Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
  • Create a life engineopen in new window.

Usually, I wait for a MVP before releasing a project. This project is being developed in public from Day 1. I document my progress and (knowledge) insights in the blogopen in new window, while the changelogopen in new window describes the actual project features.

The current state of the project is available at dashboard.darekkay.comopen in new window.


Why build yet another dashboard app?

Most popular apps are neither open-source nor customizable to a degree I'd like it to be. Additionally, most open-source projects seem to be outdated.

A new project is also a great opportunity to learn new concepts.


  • ☑ 16 widgets as of February 2023.
  • ☑ Themes support. Because no one will bat an eye without a Dark Mode™.
  • ☑ Multi-language support (English, German, French and Portuguese already provided).


Contributions are always welcome, no matter how large or small. Before contributing, please read the Code of Conductopen in new window. When contributing to this repository, please first discuss the change you wish to make via GitHub Issueopen in new window or join our community chat on Gitteropen in new window.

To get started with the project code, please read the development documentation.


This project and its contents are open source under the MIT license.