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laravel/framework v11.2.0

The Laravel Framework.
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license
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4
licenses
63
MIT
4
BSD-3-Clause
2
(BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0-only OR GPL-3.0-only)
1
Apache-2.0
Package created
10 Jan 2013
Version published
2 Apr 2024
Maintainers
1
Total deps
70
Direct deps
33
License
MIT

Issues

2

2 high severity issues

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Recommendation: Validate that the license expression complies with your license policy
via: league/commonmark@2.4.2
Recommendation: Validate that the license expression complies with your license policy
via: league/commonmark@2.4.2
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MIT License

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commercial-use
modify
distribute
sublicense
private-use
Cannot
hold-liable
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include-copyright
include-license
63 Packages, Including:
brick/math@0.11.0
carbonphp/carbon-doctrine-types@3.2.0
dflydev/dot-access-data@v3.0.2
doctrine/inflector@2.0.10
doctrine/lexer@3.0.1
dragonmantank/cron-expression@v3.3.3
egulias/email-validator@4.0.2
fruitcake/php-cors@v1.3.0
graham-campbell/result-type@v1.1.2
guzzlehttp/guzzle@7.8.1
guzzlehttp/promises@2.0.2
guzzlehttp/psr7@2.6.2
guzzlehttp/uri-template@v1.0.3
laravel/framework@v11.2.0
laravel/prompts@v0.1.17
laravel/serializable-closure@v1.3.3
league/flysystem@3.27.0
league/flysystem-local@3.25.1
league/mime-type-detection@1.15.0
monolog/monolog@3.5.0
nesbot/carbon@3.2.4
nunomaduro/termwind@v2.0.1
psr/clock@1.0.0
psr/container@2.0.2
psr/event-dispatcher@1.0.0
psr/http-client@1.0.3
psr/http-factory@1.0.2
psr/log@3.0.0
psr/simple-cache@3.0.0
ralouphie/getallheaders@3.0.3
ramsey/collection@2.0.0
ramsey/uuid@4.7.5
symfony/clock@v7.0.5
symfony/console@v7.0.6
symfony/css-selector@v7.0.3
symfony/deprecation-contracts@v3.4.0
symfony/error-handler@v7.0.6
symfony/event-dispatcher@v7.0.3
symfony/event-dispatcher-contracts@v3.4.2
symfony/finder@v7.0.0
symfony/http-foundation@v7.0.6
symfony/http-kernel@v7.0.6
symfony/mailer@v7.0.6
symfony/mime@v7.0.6
symfony/polyfill-ctype@v1.29.0
symfony/polyfill-intl-grapheme@v1.29.0
symfony/polyfill-intl-idn@v1.29.0
symfony/polyfill-intl-normalizer@v1.29.0
symfony/polyfill-mbstring@v1.29.0
symfony/polyfill-php72@v1.29.0

BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License

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Cannot
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hold-liable
Must
include-copyright
include-license
4 Packages, Including:
league/commonmark@2.4.2
league/config@v1.2.0
tijsverkoyen/css-to-inline-styles@v2.2.7
vlucas/phpdotenv@v5.6.0

(BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0-only OR GPL-3.0-only)

Expression
2 Packages, Including:
nette/schema@v1.3.0
nette/utils@v4.0.4

Apache License 2.0

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modify
distribute
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private-use
use-patent-claims
place-warranty
Cannot
hold-liable
use-trademark
Must
include-copyright
include-license
state-changes
include-notice
1 Packages, Including:
phpoption/phpoption@1.9.2
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Direct Dependencies

33
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β“˜ This is a list of laravel/framework 's direct dependencies. Data on all dependencies, including transitive ones, is available via CSV download.
NameVersionSizeLicenseTypeVulnerabilities
brick/math0.11.036.4 kBMIT
prod
doctrine/inflector2.0.10-MIT
prod
dragonmantank/cron-expressionv3.3.322.83 kBMIT
prod
egulias/email-validator4.0.255.6 kBMIT
prod dev
fruitcake/php-corsv1.3.06.44 kBMIT
prod
guzzlehttp/guzzle7.8.1112.34 kBMIT
prod dev
guzzlehttp/uri-templatev1.0.36.08 kBMIT
prod
laravel/promptsv0.1.17-MIT
prod
laravel/serializable-closurev1.3.319.64 kBMIT
prod
league/commonmark2.4.2302.42 kBBSD-3-Clause
prod
2
league/flysystem3.27.0-MIT
prod
monolog/monolog3.5.0886.37 kBMIT
prod
nesbot/carbon3.2.4-MIT
prod dev
nunomaduro/termwindv2.0.135.83 kBMIT
prod
psr/container2.0.23.55 kBMIT
prod dev
psr/log3.0.06.77 kBMIT
prod dev
psr/simple-cache3.0.04.48 kBMIT
prod
ramsey/uuid4.7.5126.99 kBMIT
prod
symfony/consolev7.0.6180.99 kBMIT
prod dev
symfony/error-handlerv7.0.6-MIT
prod dev
symfony/finderv7.0.029.2 kBMIT
prod dev
symfony/http-foundationv7.0.6155.6 kBMIT
prod dev
symfony/http-kernelv7.0.6209.25 kBMIT
prod dev
symfony/mailerv7.0.6-MIT
prod
symfony/mimev7.0.6-MIT
prod dev
symfony/polyfill-php83v1.29.0-MIT
prod dev
symfony/processv7.0.4-MIT
prod dev
symfony/routingv7.0.6-MIT
prod dev
symfony/uidv7.0.3-MIT
prod dev
symfony/var-dumperv7.0.6-MIT
prod dev
tijsverkoyen/css-to-inline-stylesv2.2.79.6 kBBSD-3-Clause
prod
vlucas/phpdotenvv5.6.0-BSD-3-Clause
prod
voku/portable-ascii2.0.1161.69 kBMIT
prod

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does laravel/framework do?

The Laravel Framework is an open-source PHP web framework designed to expedite and simplify the process of web development with its expressive and elegant syntax. It seeks to make development more pleasurable and creative by easing routine tasks used in most web projects. Features include a simple, fast routing engine, a powerful dependency injection container, multiple back-ends for session and cache storage, database agnostic schema migrations, robust background job processing, and real-time event broadcasting. Laravel is both accessible and capable, providing all the tools needed to create robust applications of any scale.

How do you use laravel/framework?

To get started with Laravel, you'll need to install it first. If you already have Composer installed, it's as simple as running the command:

composer require laravel/framework

This command installs Laravel's core framework, after which you can begin building your Laravel application. Here's a simple example of how you might define a route that redirects users to a welcome view page in Laravel:

Route::get('/', function () {
    return view('welcome');
});

And here's how you might create a controller that fetches user data from your database and passes it to a view:

namespace App\Http\Controllers;

use App\Models\User;
use Illuminate\Http\Request;

class UserController extends Controller
{
    public function index()
    {
        $users = User::all();

        return view('user.index', ['users' => $users]);
    }
}

In the example above, we are creating a new instance of UserController class, declaring an index() method, fetching all the users from User model, and passing this data to a view named 'user.index'.

Where are the laravel/framework docs?

The full documentation for the Laravel Framework is hosted on Laravel's official website, and can be found at the following URL: https://laravel.com/docs. The documentation is comprehensive and well-maintained, making it easy for both beginners and advanced users to learn Laravel's capabilities. For those who prefer more interactive learning, Laravel also offers Laravel Bootcamp and Laracasts, a library with over 1100 video tutorials covering topics related to Laravel, modern PHP, unit testing, JavaScript, and more.