Activity of laravel/laravel repository

Barely warm 〽️

Contribution activity is decreasing

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Why laravel/laravel is barely warm?

The result is based on ratio of number of commits and code additions from initial and final time ranges.

Initial time range – from 10 Feb, 2023 to 13 May, 2023

Final time range – from 11 Nov, 2023 to 10 Feb, 2024

From 3 to 1 commits per week
From 9 to 5 additions per week
From 8 to 1 deletions per week
Data calculated on 10 Feb, 2024

Summary of laravel/laravel

The laravel/laravel repository is the official Laravel framework Github repository. Laravel is a highly popular PHP web framework known for its elegant syntax. Its development was led by Taylor Otwell, and it was first released in June 2011.

Laravel provides several important features for web application development, including an ORM (Object Relational Mapping), routing, authorization, and more. It uses an MVC (Model-View-Controller) architecture, providing an organized project structure.

The laravel/laravel repository includes a sample application, allowing users to kick-start the development of their own applications. In addition, the repository contains all the necessary boilerplate code, including configuration files, scripts, and database migrations.

People can also contribute to the development of the Laravel framework by submitting pull request or issues in the laravel/laravel GitHub repository.

Repository Details:

  • Stargazers: Can be found at the top-right corner of the repository webpage. This indicates the number of users who have starred the repository, signaling its popularity amongst developer communities.
  • Forks: Located next to Stargazers, it showcases the number of times the repository has been copied or 'forked'. This could imply how many people are interested in contributing or utilizing the code for their own projects.
  • Commits: This can be accessed in the 'commits' tab. It shows the history of changes and updates in the project.
  • Branches: This is found in the 'Branch' dropdown menu. It represents the various development stages or versions of the project.
  • Contributors: This contains the data of people who have contributed to the project.

Note: The specific data (like numbers of stars, forks, contributors, etc.) can be viewed directly from the repository page and hence, is not provided in the answer due to variability and to avoid outdated information.

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