Royce  Reinger

Royce Reinger


Kedro: A Python Framework for Creating Reproducible, Maintainable

 What is Kedro?

Kedro is an open-source Python framework for creating reproducible, maintainable and modular data science code. It borrows concepts from software engineering and applies them to machine-learning code; applied concepts include modularity, separation of concerns and versioning. Kedro is hosted by the LF AI & Data Foundation.

How do I install Kedro?

To install Kedro from the Python Package Index (PyPI) simply run:

pip install kedro

It is also possible to install Kedro using conda:

conda install -c conda-forge kedro

Our Get Started guide contains full installation instructions, and includes how to set up Python virtual environments.

What are the main features of Kedro?

Kedro-Viz Pipeline Visualisation A pipeline visualisation generated using Kedro-Viz

FeatureWhat is this?
Project TemplateA standard, modifiable and easy-to-use project template based on Cookiecutter Data Science.
Data CatalogA series of lightweight data connectors used to save and load data across many different file formats and file systems, including local and network file systems, cloud object stores, and HDFS. The Data Catalog also includes data and model versioning for file-based systems.
Pipeline AbstractionAutomatic resolution of dependencies between pure Python functions and data pipeline visualisation using Kedro-Viz.
Coding StandardsTest-driven development using pytest, produce well-documented code using Sphinx, create linted code with support for flake8, isort and black and make use of the standard Python logging library.
Flexible DeploymentDeployment strategies that include single or distributed-machine deployment as well as additional support for deploying on Argo, Prefect, Kubeflow, AWS Batch and Databricks.

How do I use Kedro?

The Kedro documentation includes three examples to help get you started:

Why does Kedro exist?

Kedro is built upon our collective best-practice (and mistakes) trying to deliver real-world ML applications that have vast amounts of raw unvetted data. We developed Kedro to achieve the following:

  • To address the main shortcomings of Jupyter notebooks, one-off scripts, and glue-code because there is a focus on creating maintainable data science code
  • To enhance team collaboration when different team members have varied exposure to software engineering concepts
  • To increase efficiency, because applied concepts like modularity and separation of concerns inspire the creation of

reusable analytics code

The humans behind Kedro

Kedro is maintained by a product team and a number of contributors from across the world.

Can I contribute?

Yes! Want to help build Kedro? Check out our guide to contributing to Kedro.

Where can I learn more?

There is a growing community around Kedro. Have a look at the Kedro FAQs to find projects using Kedro and links to articles, podcasts and talks.

Who likes Kedro?

There are Kedro users across the world, who work at start-ups, major enterprises and academic institutions like Absa, Acensi, Advanced Programming Solutions SL, AI Singapore, Augment Partners, AXA UK, Belfius, Beamery, Caterpillar, CRIM, Dendra Systems, Element AI, GetInData, GMO, Indicium, Imperial College London, ING, Jungle Scout, Helvetas, Leapfrog, McKinsey & Company, Mercado Libre Argentina, Modec, Mosaic Data Science, NaranjaX, NASA, NHS AI Lab, Open Data Science LatAm, Prediqt, QuantumBlack, ReSpo.Vision, Retrieva, Roche, Sber, Société Générale, Telkomsel, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, UrbanLogiq, Wildlife Studios, WovenLight and XP.

Kedro won Best Technical Tool or Framework for AI in the 2019 Awards AI competition and a merit award for the 2020 UK Technical Communication Awards. It is listed on the 2020 ThoughtWorks Technology Radar and the 2020 Data & AI Landscape. Kedro has received an honorable mention in the User Experience category in Fast Company’s 2022 Innovation by Design Awards.

How can I cite Kedro?

If you're an academic, Kedro can also help you, for example, as a tool to solve the problem of reproducible research. Use the "Cite this repository" button on our repository to generate a citation from the CITATION.cff file.

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Hermann Frami


Docs: User Documentation for Knative Components

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Also see the Knative community resource pages for a list of all the available community resources, including links to the various community discussion groups for both development as well as troubleshooting.

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Utilities for analyzing Bayesian Models & Posterior Distributions


Become a Bayesian master you will

⚠️ We changed the default the CI width! Please make an informed decision and set it explicitly (ci = 0.89, ci = 0.95 or anything else that you decide) ⚠️

Existing R packages allow users to easily fit a large variety of models and extract and visualize the posterior draws. However, most of these packages only return a limited set of indices (e.g., point-estimates and CIs). bayestestR provides a comprehensive and consistent set of functions to analyze and describe posterior distributions generated by a variety of models objects, including popular modeling packages such as rstanarm, brms or BayesFactor.

You can reference the package and its documentation as follows:

  • Makowski, D., Ben-Shachar, M. S., & Lüdecke, D. (2019). bayestestR: Describing Effects and their Uncertainty, Existence and Significance within the Bayesian Framework. Journal of Open Source Software, 4(40), 1541. 10.21105/joss.01541
  • Makowski, D., Ben-Shachar, M. S., Chen, S. H. A., & Lüdecke, D. (2019). Indices of Effect Existence and Significance in the Bayesian Framework. Frontiers in Psychology 2019;10:2767. 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.02767


The bayestestR package is available on CRAN, while its latest development version is available on R-universe (from rOpenSci).

DevelopmentR-universeinstall.packages("bayestestR", repos = "")

Once you have downloaded the package, you can then load it using:



Instead of library(datawizard), use library(easystats). This will make all features of the easystats-ecosystem available.

To stay updated, use easystats::install_latest().


Access the package documentation and check-out these vignettes:




In the Bayesian framework, parameters are estimated in a probabilistic fashion as distributions. These distributions can be summarised and described by reporting four types of indices:

describe_posterior() is the master function with which you can compute all of the indices cited below at once.

  centrality = "median",
  test = c("p_direction", "p_significance")
## Summary of Posterior Distribution
## Parameter |    Median |        95% CI |     pd |   ps
## -----------------------------------------------------
## Posterior | -4.19e-03 | [-1.91, 1.98] | 50.18% | 0.46

describe_posterior() works for many objects, including more complex brmsfit-models. For better readability, the output is separated by model components:

zinb <- read.csv("")
model <- brm(
    count ~ child + camper + (1 | persons),
    zi ~ child + camper + (1 | persons)
  data = zinb,
  family = zero_inflated_poisson(),
  chains = 1,
  iter = 500

  effects = "all",
  component = "all",
  test = c("p_direction", "p_significance"),
  centrality = "all"
## Summary of Posterior Distribution
## Parameter   | Median |  Mean |   MAP |         95% CI |     pd |   ps |  Rhat |    ESS
## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
## (Intercept) |   0.96 |  0.96 |  0.96 | [-0.81,  2.51] | 90.00% | 0.88 | 1.011 | 110.00
## child       |  -1.16 | -1.16 | -1.16 | [-1.36, -0.94] |   100% | 1.00 | 0.996 | 278.00
## camper      |   0.73 |  0.72 |  0.73 | [ 0.54,  0.91] |   100% | 1.00 | 0.996 | 271.00
## # Fixed effects (zero-inflated)
## Parameter   | Median |  Mean |   MAP |         95% CI |     pd |   ps |  Rhat |    ESS
## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
## (Intercept) |  -0.48 | -0.51 | -0.22 | [-2.03,  0.89] | 78.00% | 0.73 | 0.997 | 138.00
## child       |   1.85 |  1.86 |  1.81 | [ 1.19,  2.54] |   100% | 1.00 | 0.996 | 303.00
## camper      |  -0.88 | -0.86 | -0.99 | [-1.61, -0.07] | 98.40% | 0.96 | 0.996 | 292.00
## # Random effects (conditional) Intercept: persons
## Parameter |    Median |  Mean |   MAP |         95% CI |     pd |   ps |  Rhat |    ESS
## ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
## persons.1 |     -0.99 | -1.01 | -0.84 | [-2.68,  0.80] | 92.00% | 0.90 | 1.007 | 106.00
## persons.2 | -4.65e-03 | -0.04 |  0.03 | [-1.63,  1.66] | 50.00% | 0.45 | 1.013 | 109.00
## persons.3 |      0.69 |  0.66 |  0.69 | [-0.95,  2.34] | 79.60% | 0.78 | 1.010 | 114.00
## persons.4 |      1.57 |  1.56 |  1.56 | [-0.05,  3.29] | 96.80% | 0.96 | 1.009 | 114.00
## # Random effects (zero-inflated) Intercept: persons
## Parameter | Median |  Mean |   MAP |         95% CI |     pd |   ps |  Rhat |    ESS
## ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
## persons.1 |   1.10 |  1.11 |  1.08 | [-0.23,  2.72] | 94.80% | 0.93 | 0.997 | 166.00
## persons.2 |   0.18 |  0.18 |  0.22 | [-0.94,  1.58] | 63.20% | 0.54 | 0.996 | 154.00
## persons.3 |  -0.30 | -0.31 | -0.54 | [-1.79,  1.02] | 64.00% | 0.59 | 0.997 | 154.00
## persons.4 |  -1.45 | -1.46 | -1.44 | [-2.90, -0.10] | 98.00% | 0.97 | 1.000 | 189.00
## # Random effects (conditional) SD/Cor: persons
## Parameter   | Median | Mean |  MAP |         95% CI |   pd |   ps |  Rhat |    ESS
## ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
## (Intercept) |   1.42 | 1.58 | 1.07 | [ 0.71,  3.58] | 100% | 1.00 | 1.010 | 126.00
## # Random effects (zero-inflated) SD/Cor: persons
## Parameter   | Median | Mean |  MAP |         95% CI |   pd |   ps |  Rhat |    ESS
## ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
## (Intercept) |   1.30 | 1.49 | 0.99 | [ 0.63,  3.41] | 100% | 1.00 | 0.996 | 129.00

bayestestR also includes many other features useful for your Bayesian analsyes. Here are some more examples:



posterior <- distribution_gamma(10000, 1.5) # Generate a skewed distribution
centrality <- point_estimate(posterior) # Get indices of centrality
## Point Estimate
## Median | Mean |  MAP
## --------------------
## 1.18   | 1.50 | 0.51

As for other easystats packages, plot() methods are available from the see package for many functions:

While the median and the mean are available through base R functions, map_estimate() in bayestestR can be used to directly find the Highest Maximum A Posteriori (MAP) estimate of a posterior, i.e., the value associated with the highest probability density (the “peak” of the posterior distribution). In other words, it is an estimation of the mode for continuous parameters.

Uncertainty (CI)

hdi() computes the Highest Density Interval (HDI) of a posterior distribution, i.e., the interval which contains all points within the interval have a higher probability density than points outside the interval. The HDI can be used in the context of Bayesian posterior characterization as Credible Interval (CI).

Unlike equal-tailed intervals (see eti()) that typically exclude 2.5% from each tail of the distribution, the HDI is not equal-tailed and therefore always includes the mode(s) of posterior distributions.

posterior <- distribution_chisquared(10000, 4)

hdi(posterior, ci = 0.89)
## 89% HDI: [0.18, 7.63]

eti(posterior, ci = 0.89)
## 89% ETI: [0.75, 9.25]

Existence and Significance Testing

Probability of Direction (pd)

p_direction() computes the Probability of Direction (pd, also known as the Maximum Probability of Effect - MPE). It varies between 50% and 100% (i.e., 0.5 and 1) and can be interpreted as the probability (expressed in percentage) that a parameter (described by its posterior distribution) is strictly positive or negative (whichever is the most probable). It is mathematically defined as the proportion of the posterior distribution that is of the median’s sign. Although differently expressed, this index is fairly similar (i.e., is strongly correlated) to the frequentist p-value.

Relationship with the p-value: In most cases, it seems that the pd corresponds to the frequentist one-sided p-value through the formula p-value = (1-pd/100) and to the two-sided p-value (the most commonly reported) through the formula p-value = 2*(1-pd/100). Thus, a pd of 95%, 97.5% 99.5% and 99.95% corresponds approximately to a two-sided p-value of respectively .1, .05, .01 and .001. See the reporting guidelines.

posterior <- distribution_normal(10000, 0.4, 0.2)
## Probability of Direction: 0.98


rope() computes the proportion (in percentage) of the HDI (default to the 89% HDI) of a posterior distribution that lies within a region of practical equivalence.

Statistically, the probability of a posterior distribution of being different from 0 does not make much sense (the probability of it being different from a single point being infinite). Therefore, the idea underlining ROPE is to let the user define an area around the null value enclosing values that are equivalent to the null value for practical purposes Kruschke (2018).

Kruschke suggests that such null value could be set, by default, to the -0.1 to 0.1 range of a standardized parameter (negligible effect size according to Cohen, 1988). This could be generalized: For instance, for linear models, the ROPE could be set as 0 +/- .1 * sd(y). This ROPE range can be automatically computed for models using the rope_range function.

Kruschke suggests using the proportion of the 95% (or 90%, considered more stable) HDI that falls within the ROPE as an index for “null-hypothesis” testing (as understood under the Bayesian framework, see equivalence_test).

posterior <- distribution_normal(10000, 0.4, 0.2)
rope(posterior, range = c(-0.1, 0.1))
## # Proportion of samples inside the ROPE [-0.10, 0.10]:
## inside ROPE
## -----------
## 4.40 %

Bayes Factor

bayesfactor_parameters() computes Bayes factors against the null (either a point or an interval), bases on prior and posterior samples of a single parameter. This Bayes factor indicates the degree by which the mass of the posterior distribution has shifted further away from or closer to the null value(s) (relative to the prior distribution), thus indicating if the null value has become less or more likely given the observed data.

When the null is an interval, the Bayes factor is computed by comparing the prior and posterior odds of the parameter falling within or outside the null; When the null is a point, a Savage-Dickey density ratio is computed, which is also an approximation of a Bayes factor comparing the marginal likelihoods of the model against a model in which the tested parameter has been restricted to the point null (Wagenmakers, Lodewyckx, Kuriyal, & Grasman, 2010).

prior <- distribution_normal(10000, mean = 0, sd = 1)
posterior <- distribution_normal(10000, mean = 1, sd = 0.7)

bayesfactor_parameters(posterior, prior, direction = "two-sided", null = 0)
## Bayes Factor (Savage-Dickey density ratio)
## BF  
## ----
## 1.94
## * Evidence Against The Null: 0

The lollipops represent the density of a point-null on the prior distribution (the blue lollipop on the dotted distribution) and on the posterior distribution (the red lollipop on the yellow distribution). The ratio between the two - the Savage-Dickey ratio - indicates the degree by which the mass of the parameter distribution has shifted away from or closer to the null.

For more info, see the Bayes factors vignette.


Find ROPE’s appropriate range

rope_range(): This function attempts at automatically finding suitable “default” values for the Region Of Practical Equivalence (ROPE). Kruschke (2018) suggests that such null value could be set, by default, to a range from -0.1 to 0.1 of a standardized parameter (negligible effect size according to Cohen, 1988), which can be generalised for linear models to -0.1 * sd(y), 0.1 * sd(y). For logistic models, the parameters expressed in log odds ratio can be converted to standardized difference through the formula sqrt(3)/pi, resulting in a range of -0.05 to 0.05.


Density Estimation

estimate_density(): This function is a wrapper over different methods of density estimation. By default, it uses the base R density with by default uses a different smoothing bandwidth ("SJ") from the legacy default implemented the base R density function ("nrd0"). However, Deng & Wickham suggest that method = "KernSmooth" is the fastest and the most accurate.

Perfect Distributions

distribution(): Generate a sample of size n with near-perfect distributions.

distribution(n = 10)
##  [1] -1.55 -1.00 -0.66 -0.38 -0.12  0.12  0.38  0.66  1.00  1.55

Probability of a Value

density_at(): Compute the density of a given point of a distribution.

density_at(rnorm(1000, 1, 1), 1)
## [1] 0.45

Code of Conduct

Please note that the bayestestR project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By contributing to this project, you agree to abide by its terms.


Kruschke, J. K. (2018). Rejecting or accepting parameter values in Bayesian estimation. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 1(2), 270–280.

Kruschke, J. K., & Liddell, T. M. (2018). The bayesian new statistics: Hypothesis testing, estimation, meta-analysis, and power analysis from a bayesian perspective. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 25(1), 178–206.

Wagenmakers, E.-J., Lodewyckx, T., Kuriyal, H., & Grasman, R. (2010). Bayesian hypothesis testing for psychologists: A tutorial on the savage–dickey method. Cognitive Psychology, 60(3), 158–189.

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LXD: Powerful System Container and Virtual Machine Manager


LXD is a modern, secure and powerful system container and virtual machine manager.

It provides a unified experience for running and managing full Linux systems inside containers or virtual machines. LXD supplies images for a wide number of Linux distributions and is built around a very powerful, yet pretty simple, REST API. LXD scales from one instance on a single machine to a cluster in a full data center rack, making it suitable for running workloads both for development and in production.

LXD allows you to easily set up a system that feels like a small private cloud. You can run any type of workload in an efficient way while keeping your resources optimized.

You should consider using LXD if you want to containerize different environments or run virtual machines, or in general run and manage your infrastructure in a cost-effective way.

Get started

To get a better idea of what LXD is and what it does, you can try it online! Then if you want to run it locally, take a look at our getting started guide.


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CI (server)JenkinsBuild Status
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Installing LXD from packages

The LXD daemon only works on Linux but the client tool (lxc) is available on most platforms.

LinuxSnapsnap install lxd
WindowsChocolateychoco install lxc
macOSHomebrewbrew install lxc

More instructions on installing LXD for a wide variety of Linux distributions and operating systems can be found on our website.

To install LXD from source, see Installing LXD in the documentation.


Consider the following aspects to ensure that your LXD installation is secure:

  • Keep your operating system up-to-date and install all available security patches.
  • Use only supported LXD versions (LTS releases or monthly feature releases).
  • Restrict access to the LXD daemon and the remote API.
  • Do not use privileged containers unless required. If you use privileged containers, put appropriate security measures in place. See the LXC security page for more information.
  • Configure your network interfaces to be secure.

See Security for detailed information.


Local access to LXD through the Unix socket always grants full access to LXD. This includes the ability to attach file system paths or devices to any instance as well as tweak the security features on any instance.

Therefore, you should only give such access to users who you'd trust with root access to your system.

Support and community

The following channels are available for you to interact with the LXD community.

Bug reports

You can file bug reports and feature requests at:


A discussion forum is available at:

Mailing lists

We use the LXC mailing lists for developer and user discussions. You can find and subscribe to those at:


If you prefer live discussions, you can find us in #lxc on See Getting started with IRC if needed.

Commercial support

Commercial support for LXD can be obtained through Canonical Ltd.


The official documentation is available at:

You can find additional resources on the website, on YouTube and in the Tutorials section in the forum.


Fixes and new features are greatly appreciated. Make sure to read our contributing guidelines first!

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Selfoss: Multipurpose Rss Reader, Live Stream, Mashup

selfoss 2.20-SNAPSHOT

selfoss is a multipurpose RSS reader and feed aggregation web application. It allows you to easily follow updates from different web sites, social networks and other platforms, all in single place. It is written in PHP, allowing you to run it basically anywhere.

For more information visit our web site.



  1. Upload all files of this directory (IMPORTANT: also upload the invisible .htaccess files).
  2. Make the directories data/cache, data/favicons, data/logs, data/thumbnails and data/sqlite writeable.
  3. Insert database access data in config.ini (see below). You do not need to change anything if you want to use SQLite.
  4. You do not need to create the database tables, they will be created automatically (ensure that your database user is allowed to create triggers).
  5. Create cronjob or systemd timer for updating feeds and point it to via wget or curl. You can also execute the cliupdate.php from command line.

If you obtained selfoss using Git, some more steps will be required. See the development section.

For further questions or on any problem use our support forum:


No configuration is needed to use selfoss but you can customize the settings as follows:

  1. Rename config-example.ini to config.ini.
  2. Edit config.ini and delete any lines you do not wish to override.
  3. See for examples.


  1. Backup your database and your data/ directory.
  2. (IMPORTANT: do NOT delete the data/ directory) delete all old files and directories excluding the directory data/ and the file config.ini
  3. Upload all new files and directories excluding the data/ directory (IMPORTANT: also upload the invisible .htaccess files).
  4. Consult the NEWS file to learn about backwards incompatible changes.
  5. Clean your browser cache.
  6. Insert your current database connection and your individual configuration in config.ini. Important: we change the config.ini and add new options in newer versions. You have to update the config.ini too.
  7. The database will be updated automatically (ensure that your database user is allowed to create triggers).

If you obtained selfoss using Git, some more steps might be required. See the development section.

For further questions or on any problem use our support forum:


OPML import

Selfoss supports importing OPML files. Find the OPML export in the old application, it is usually located somewhere in settings. Then visit the page and upload it there.

Third-party Apps

We recommend Reader For Selfoss for Android devices.


Selfoss uses composer and npm for installing external libraries. When you clone the repository you have to issue composer install to retrieve the external sources.

For the client side, you will also need JavaScript dependencies installed by calling npm install in the assets directory. You can use npm run install-dependencies as a shortcut for installing both sets of dependencies.

We use Parcel (installed by the command above) to build the client side of selfoss. Every time anything in assets directory changes, you will need to run npm run build for the client to be built and installed into the public directory. When developing, you can also use npm run dev; it will watch for asset changes, rebuild the bundles as needed, and reload selfoss automatically. Upon switching between npm run dev and npm run build, you may need to delete assets/.cache.

If you want to create a package with all the dependencies bundled, you can run npm run dist command to produce a zipball.

Every patch is expected to adhere to our coding style, which is checked automatically by CI. You can install the checkers locally using npm run install-dependencies, and then run the checks using npm run check before submitting a pull request. There is also npm run fix, that will attempt to fix the formatting.


selfoss was created by Tobias Zeising, and the source code is licensed under the GNU General Public licence version 3, or (at your option) any later version.

Some parts of the source code can be licensed under version 3 only, we are currently trying to resolve it.

The package with bundled dependencies might be distributed under version 3 only.

Very special thanks to all contributors of pull requests here on GitHub, as well as translators on Weblate. Your improvements are awesome!

Special thanks to the great programmers of these libraries used by selfoss:

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Package repository hosting is graciously provided by Cloudsmith. Cloudsmith is the only fully hosted, cloud-native, universal package management solution, that enables your organization to create, store and share packages in any format, to any place, with total confidence.

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Elastica: A PHP Client for Elasticsearch

Elastica: elasticsearch PHP Client

All documentation for Elastica can be found under If you have questions, don't hesitate to ask them on Stack Overflow and add the Tag "Elastica" or in our Gitter channel. All library issues should go to the issue tracker from GitHub.


This release is compatible with all Elasticsearch 7.0 releases and onwards.

The testsuite is run against the most recent minor version of Elasticsearch, currently 7.14.1.


Contributions are always welcome. For details on how to contribute, check the CONTRIBUTING file.

Versions & Dependencies

This project tries to follow Elasticsearch in terms of End of Life and maintenance since 5.x. It is generally recommended to use the latest point release of the relevant branch.

Elastica branchElasticSearchelasticsearch-phpPHP
7.x7.x^7.0^7.2 || ^8.0
6.x6.x^6.0^7.0 || ^8.0

Unmaintained versions:

Elastica versionElasticSearchelasticsearch-phpPHP

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Elastica: A PHP Client for Elasticsearch
Gordon  Matlala

Gordon Matlala


Docs: Parse Platform Docs

Parse Docs

These are the markdown sources for all of the Parse SDK guides. The content for the guides is stored in this repo, and we use Jekyll to generate a static site that is hosted on GitHub Pages.

Repository Structure

The guides are organized by platform. Each platform directory contains a set of markdown files, one for each main section in the guide.

├── {platform}
│   └── {section}
└── common
    └── {section}

For example, /ios/ contains all of sections for the iOS guide. There is also a common folder that contains content that is shared amongst all of the guides. It helps us avoid duplicating content unnecessarily.

Can I Access The Docs Offline?

This repository is public and all the files are in markdown. If you'd like to keep a copy locally, please do!

How Do I Contribute?

If you have any fixes or suggestions, simply send us a pull request!

Running The Site Locally

You will need Ruby, Bundler, and npm.

Clone this repository, then install Jekyll and node packages:

bundle install
npm install

Then run webpack and Jekyll:

Start in Linux/OS X:

npm start

Start in Windows command prompt:

npm run dev-win

Finally, open http://localhost:4000/ in your web browser. File changes will be output to _site folder and the browser will auto refresh.

As of April 5, 2017, Parse, LLC has transferred this code to the parse-community organization, and will no longer be contributing to or distributing this code.

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The Universal Device Detection Library Will Parse any User Agent



The Universal Device Detection library that parses User Agents and Browser Client Hints to detect devices (desktop, tablet, mobile, tv, cars, console, etc.), clients (browsers, feed readers, media players, PIMs, ...), operating systems, brands and models.


Using DeviceDetector with composer is quite easy. Just add matomo/device-detector to your projects requirements.

composer require matomo/device-detector

And use some code like this one:

require_once 'vendor/autoload.php';

use DeviceDetector\ClientHints;
use DeviceDetector\DeviceDetector;
use DeviceDetector\Parser\Device\AbstractDeviceParser;

// OPTIONAL: Set version truncation to none, so full versions will be returned
// By default only minor versions will be returned (e.g. X.Y)
// for other options see VERSION_TRUNCATION_* constants in DeviceParserAbstract class

$userAgent = $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']; // change this to the useragent you want to parse
$clientHints = ClientHints::factory($_SERVER); // client hints are optional

$dd = new DeviceDetector($userAgent, $clientHints);

// OPTIONAL: Set caching method
// By default static cache is used, which works best within one php process (memory array caching)
// To cache across requests use caching in files or memcache
// $dd->setCache(new Doctrine\Common\Cache\PhpFileCache('./tmp/'));

// OPTIONAL: Set custom yaml parser
// By default Spyc will be used for parsing yaml files. You can also use another yaml parser.
// You may need to implement the Yaml Parser facade if you want to use another parser than Spyc or [Symfony](
// $dd->setYamlParser(new DeviceDetector\Yaml\Symfony());

// OPTIONAL: If called, getBot() will only return true if a bot was detected  (speeds up detection a bit)
// $dd->discardBotInformation();

// OPTIONAL: If called, bot detection will completely be skipped (bots will be detected as regular devices then)
// $dd->skipBotDetection();


if ($dd->isBot()) {
  // handle bots,spiders,crawlers,...
  $botInfo = $dd->getBot();
} else {
  $clientInfo = $dd->getClient(); // holds information about browser, feed reader, media player, ...
  $osInfo = $dd->getOs();
  $device = $dd->getDeviceName();
  $brand = $dd->getBrandName();
  $model = $dd->getModel();

Methods check device type:


Methods check client type:


Get OS family:

use DeviceDetector\Parser\OperatingSystem;

$osFamily = OperatingSystem::getOsFamily($dd->getOs('name'));

Get browser family:

use DeviceDetector\Parser\Client\Browser;

$browserFamily = Browser::getBrowserFamily($dd->getClient('name'));

Instead of using the full power of DeviceDetector it might in some cases be better to use only specific parsers. If you aim to check if a given useragent is a bot and don't require any of the other information, you can directly use the bot parser.

require_once 'vendor/autoload.php';

use DeviceDetector\Parser\Bot AS BotParser;

$botParser = new BotParser();

// OPTIONAL: discard bot information. parse() will then return true instead of information

$result = $botParser->parse();

if (!is_null($result)) {
    // do not do anything if a bot is detected

// handle non-bot requests

Using without composer

Alternatively to using composer you can also use the included autoload.php. This script will register an autoloader to dynamically load all classes in DeviceDetector namespace.

Device Detector requires a YAML parser. By default Spyc parser is used. As this library is not included you need to include it manually or use another YAML parser.


include_once 'path/to/spyc/Spyc.php';
include_once 'path/to/device-detector/autoload.php';

use DeviceDetector\ClientHints;
use DeviceDetector\DeviceDetector;
use DeviceDetector\Parser\Device\AbstractDeviceParser;

// OPTIONAL: Set version truncation to none, so full versions will be returned
// By default only minor versions will be returned (e.g. X.Y)
// for other options see VERSION_TRUNCATION_* constants in DeviceParserAbstract class

$userAgent = $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']; // change this to the useragent you want to parse
$clientHints = ClientHints::factory($_SERVER); // client hints are optional

$dd = new DeviceDetector($userAgent, $clientHints);

// ...


By default, DeviceDetector uses a built-in array cache. To get better performance, you can use your own caching solution:

// Example with PSR-6 and Symfony
$cache = new \Symfony\Component\Cache\Adapter\ApcuAdapter();
    new \DeviceDetector\Cache\PSR6Bridge($cache)

// Example with PSR-16 and ScrapBook
$cache = new \MatthiasMullie\Scrapbook\Psr16\SimpleCache(
    new \MatthiasMullie\Scrapbook\Adapters\Apc()
    new \DeviceDetector\Cache\PSR16Bridge($cache)

// Example with Doctrine
$cache = new \Doctrine\Common\Cache\ApcuCache();
    new \DeviceDetector\Cache\DoctrineBridge($cache)


Hacking the library

This is a free/libre library under license LGPL v3 or later.

Your pull requests and/or feedback is very welcome!

Listing all user agents from your logs

Sometimes it may be useful to generate the list of most used user agents on your website, extracting this list from your access logs using the following command:

zcat ~/path/to/access/logs* | awk -F'"' '{print $6}' | sort | uniq -c | sort -rn | head -n20000 > /home/matomo/top-user-agents.txt


Created by the Matomo team, Stefan Giehl, Matthieu Aubry, Michał Gaździk, Tomasz Majczak, Grzegorz Kaszuba, Piotr Banaszczyk and contributors.

Together we can build the best Device Detection library.

We are looking forward to your contributions and pull requests!


See also: QA at Matomo

Running tests

cd /path/to/device-detector
curl -sS | php
php composer.phar install

Device Detector for other languages

There are already a few ports of this tool to other languages:

What Device Detector is able to detect

The lists below are auto generated and updated from time to time. Some of them might not be complete.

Last update: 2022/10/23

List of detected operating systems:

AIX, Android, Android TV, Amazon Linux, AmigaOS, tvOS, Arch Linux, BackTrack, Bada, BeOS, BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry Tablet OS, Bliss OS, Brew, Caixa Mágica, CentOS, CentOS Stream, ClearOS Mobile, Chrome OS, Chromium OS, China OS, CyanogenMod, Debian, Deepin, DragonFly, DVKBuntu, Fedora, Fenix, Firefox OS, Fire OS, Foresight Linux, Freebox, FreeBSD, FydeOS, Fuchsia, Gentoo, GridOS, Google TV, HP-UX, Haiku OS, iPadOS, HarmonyOS, HasCodingOS, IRIX, Inferno, Java ME, KaiOS, Kanotix, Knoppix, KreaTV, Kubuntu, GNU/Linux, LindowsOS, Linspire, Lineage OS, Lubuntu, Lumin OS, VectorLinux, Mac, Maemo, Mageia, Mandriva, MeeGo, MocorDroid, moonOS, Mint, MildWild, MorphOS, NetBSD, MTK / Nucleus, MRE, Nintendo, Nintendo Mobile, Nova, OS/2, OSF1, OpenBSD, OpenWrt, Opera TV, Ordissimo, Pardus, PCLinuxOS, Plasma Mobile, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation, PureOS, Red Hat, Revenge OS, RISC OS, Roku OS, Rosa, RouterOS, Remix OS, REX, RazoDroiD, Sabayon, SUSE, Sailfish OS, SeewoOS, Sirin OS, Slackware, Solaris, Syllable, Symbian, Symbian OS, Symbian OS Series 40, Symbian OS Series 60, Symbian^3, TencentOS, ThreadX, Tizen, TmaxOS, Ubuntu, watchOS, WebTV, Whale OS, Windows, Windows CE, Windows IoT, Windows Mobile, Windows Phone, Windows RT, Xbox, Xubuntu, YunOS, Zenwalk, iOS, palmOS, webOS

List of detected browsers:

Via, Pure Mini Browser, Pure Lite Browser, Raise Fast Browser, Rabbit Private Browser, Fast Browser UC Lite, Fast Explorer, Lightning Browser, Cake Browser, IE Browser Fast, Vegas Browser, OH Browser, OH Private Browser, XBrowser Mini, Sharkee Browser, Lark Browser, Pluma, Anka Browser, Azka Browser, Dragon Browser, Easy Browser, Dark Web Browser, 18+ Privacy Browser, 115 Browser, 1DM Browser, 1DM+ Browser, 2345 Browser, 360 Browser, 360 Phone Browser, 7654 Browser, Avant Browser, ABrowse, AdBlock Browser, Adult Browser, ANT Fresco, ANTGalio, Aloha Browser, Aloha Browser Lite, Amaya, Amaze Browser, Amerigo, Amigo, Android Browser, AOL Desktop, AOL Shield, AOL Shield Pro, AppBrowzer, APUS Browser, Arora, Arctic Fox, Amiga Voyager, Amiga Aweb, APN Browser, Arvin,, Asus Browser, Atom, Atomic Web Browser, Atlas, Avast Secure Browser, AVG Secure Browser, Avira Scout, AwoX, Beaker Browser, Beamrise, BlackBerry Browser, BrowseHere, Browser Hup Pro, Baidu Browser, Baidu Spark, Bangla Browser, Basilisk, Belva Browser, Beyond Private Browser, Beonex, Berry Browser, Bitchute Browser, BlackHawk, Bloket, Bunjalloo, B-Line, Black Lion Browser, Blue Browser, Bonsai, Borealis Navigator, Brave, BriskBard, Browspeed Browser, BrowseX, Browzar, Browlser, Biyubi, Byffox, BF Browser, Camino, CCleaner, CG Browser, ChanjetCloud, Chedot, Cherry Browser, Centaury, Coc Coc, CoolBrowser, Colibri, Comodo Dragon, Coast, Charon, CM Browser, CM Mini, Chrome Frame, Headless Chrome, Chrome, Chrome Mobile iOS, Conkeror, Chrome Mobile, Chowbo, CoolNovo, CometBird, Comfort Browser, COS Browser, Cornowser, Chim Lac, ChromePlus, Chromium, Chromium GOST, Cyberfox, Cheshire, Crusta, Craving Explorer, Crazy Browser, Cunaguaro, Chrome Webview, CyBrowser, dbrowser, Peeps dBrowser, Debuggable Browser, Decentr, Deepnet Explorer, deg-degan, Deledao, Delta Browser, Desi Browser, DeskBrowse, Dolphin, Dolphin Zero, Dorado, Dot Browser, Dooble, Dillo, DUC Browser, DuckDuckGo Privacy Browser, Ecosia, Edge WebView, Epic, Elinks, EinkBro, Element Browser, Elements Browser, Explore Browser, eZ Browser, EUI Browser, GNOME Web, G Browser, Espial TV Browser, Falkon, Faux Browser, Fiery Browser, Firefox Mobile iOS, Firebird, Fluid, Fennec, Firefox, Firefox Focus, Firefox Reality, Firefox Rocket, Firefox Klar, Float Browser, Flock, Floorp, Flow, Flow Browser, Firefox Mobile, Fireweb, Fireweb Navigator, Flash Browser, Flast, Flyperlink, FreeU, Frost+, Fulldive, Galeon, Gener8, Ghostery Privacy Browser, GinxDroid Browser, Glass Browser, Google Earth, Google Earth Pro, GOG Galaxy, GoBrowser, Harman Browser, HasBrowser, Hawk Turbo Browser, Hawk Quick Browser, Helio, Hexa Web Browser, Hi Browser, hola! Browser, HotJava, HTC Browser, Huawei Browser Mobile, Huawei Browser, HUB Browser, iBrowser, iBrowser Mini, IBrowse, iDesktop PC Browser, iCab, iCab Mobile, Iridium, Iron Mobile, IceCat, IceDragon, Isivioo, Iceweasel, Inspect Browser, Internet Explorer, Internet Browser Secure, Indian UC Mini Browser, IE Mobile, Iron, Japan Browser, Jasmine, JavaFX, Jelly, Jig Browser, Jig Browser Plus, Jio Browser, JioPages, K.Browser, Keepsafe Browser, Kids Safe Browser, Kindle Browser, K-meleon, Konqueror, Kapiko, Kinza, Kiwi, Kode Browser, KUTO Mini Browser, Kylo, Kazehakase, Cheetah Browser, Lagatos Browser, Lexi Browser, Lenovo Browser, LieBaoFast, LG Browser, Light, Lilo, Links, Lolifox, Lovense Browser, LT Browser, LuaKit, Lulumi, Lunascape, Lunascape Lite, Lynx, Lynket Browser, Mandarin, mCent, MicroB, NCSA Mosaic, Meizu Browser, Mercury, Me Browser, Mobile Safari, Midori, Midori Lite, Mobicip, MIUI Browser, Mobile Silk, Minimo, Mint Browser, Maxthon, MaxTube Browser, Maelstrom, Mmx Browser, MxNitro, Mypal, Monument Browser, MAUI WAP Browser, Navigateur Web, Naked Browser, Naked Browser Pro, NFS Browser, Nokia Browser, Nokia OSS Browser, Nokia Ovi Browser, Nox Browser, NetSurf, NetFront, NetFront Life, NetPositive, Netscape, NextWord Browser, NTENT Browser, Oculus Browser, Opera Mini iOS, Obigo, Odin, Odin Browser, OceanHero, Odyssey Web Browser, Off By One, Office Browser, OhHai Browser, ONE Browser, Opera Crypto, Opera GX, Opera Neon, Opera Devices, Opera Mini, Opera Mobile, Opera, Opera Next, Opera Touch, Orca, Ordissimo, Oregano, Origin In-Game Overlay, Origyn Web Browser, Openwave Mobile Browser, OpenFin, Open Browser, Open Browser 4U, Open Browser fast 5G, OmniWeb, Otter Browser, Palm Blazer, Pale Moon, Polypane, Oppo Browser, Palm Pre, Puffin, Puffin Web Browser, Palm WebPro, Palmscape, Perfect Browser,, Phantom Browser, Phoenix, Phoenix Browser, PlayFree Browser, PocketBook Browser, Polaris, Polarity, PolyBrowser, PrivacyWall, Privacy Explorer Fast Safe, Pi Browser, PronHub Browser, PSI Secure Browser, Reqwireless WebViewer, Microsoft Edge, Qazweb, QQ Browser Lite, QQ Browser Mini, QQ Browser, Quick Browser, Qutebrowser, Quark, QupZilla, Qwant Mobile, QtWebEngine, Realme Browser, Rekonq, RockMelt, Samsung Browser, Sailfish Browser, Seewo Browser, SEMC-Browser, Sogou Explorer, Sogou Mobile Browser, SOTI Surf, Soul Browser, Safari, Safari Technology Preview, Safe Exam Browser, SalamWeb, Savannah Browser, SavySoda, Secure Browser, SFive, Shiira, Sidekick, SimpleBrowser, SilverMob US, Sizzy, Skyfire, Seraphic Sraf, SiteKiosk, Sleipnir, Slimjet, SP Browser, Sony Small Browser, Secure Private Browser, Stampy Browser, 7Star, Smart Browser, Smart Search & Web Browser, Smart Lenovo Browser, Smooz, Snowshoe, Spectre Browser, Splash, Sputnik Browser, Sunrise, SuperBird, Super Fast Browser, SuperFast Browser, Sushi Browser, surf, Surf Browser, Stargon, START Internet Browser, Steam In-Game Overlay, Streamy, Swiftfox, Seznam Browser, Sweet Browser, SX Browser, T+Browser, T-Browser, Browser, Tao Browser, TenFourFox, Tenta Browser, Tesla Browser, Tizen Browser, Tint Browser, TUC Mini Browser, Tungsten, ToGate, TweakStyle, TV Bro, U Browser, UBrowser, UC Browser, UC Browser HD, UC Browser Mini, UC Browser Turbo, Ui Browser Mini, UR Browser, Uzbl, Ume Browser, vBrowser, Vast Browser, Venus Browser, Nova Video Downloader Pro, Viasat Browser, Vivaldi, vivo Browser, Vivid Browser Mini, Vision Mobile Browser, VMware AirWatch, Wear Internet Browser, Web Explorer, Web Browser & Explorer, WebPositive, Waterfox, Wave Browser, Whale Browser, wOSBrowser, WeTab Browser, YAGI, Yahoo! Japan Browser, Yandex Browser, Yandex Browser Lite, Yaani Browser, Yo Browser, Yolo Browser, YouCare, Yuzu Browser, xBrowser, X Browser Lite, X-VPN, xBrowser Pro Super Fast, XNX Browser, XtremeCast, xStand, Xiino, Xooloo Internet, Xvast, Zetakey, Zvu, Zirco Browser

List of detected browser engines:

WebKit, Blink, Trident, Text-based, Dillo, iCab, Elektra, Presto, Gecko, KHTML, NetFront, Edge, NetSurf, Servo, Goanna, EkiohFlow

List of detected libraries:

aiohttp, Akka HTTP, AnyEvent HTTP, Apache HTTP Client, Aria2, Artifactory, Azure Data Factory, Buildah, BuildKit, C++ REST SDK, Containerd, containers, cPanel HTTP Client, cri-o, curl, Dart, docker, Embarcadero URI Client, Faraday, fasthttp, GeoIP Update, go-container registry, Go-http-client, Google HTTP Java Client, GRequests, gRPC-Java, Guzzle (PHP HTTP Client), gvfs, hackney, Harbor registry client, Helm, HTTPie, httplib2, HTTPX, HTTP_Request2, Insomnia REST Client, Jakarta Commons HttpClient, Java, Java HTTP Client, jsdom, libdnf, libpod, LUA OpenResty NGINX, Mechanize, Mikrotik Fetch, Node Fetch, OkHttp, Open Build Service, Pa11y, Perl, Perl REST::Client, PHP cURL Class, Postman Desktop, Python Requests, Python urllib, quic-go, r-curl, ReactorNetty, req, REST Client for Ruby, RestSharp, Resty, ScalaJ HTTP, Skopeo, SlimerJS, uclient-fetch, Ultimate Sitemap Parser, Unirest for Java, urlgrabber (yum), uTorrent, Wget, Windows HTTP, WinHttp WinHttpRequest, WWW-Mechanize

List of detected media players:

Audacious, Banshee, Boxee, Clementine, Deezer, Downcast, FlyCast, Foobar2000, foobar2000, Google Podcasts, HTC Streaming Player, iTunes, Kodi, MediaMonkey, Miro, MPlayer, mpv, Music Player Daemon, NexPlayer, Nightingale, QuickTime, Songbird, SONOS, Sony Media Go, Stagefright, SubStream, VLC, Winamp, Windows Media Player, XBMC

List of detected mobile apps:

1Password, 2tch, Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe IPM, Adobe NGL, Adobe Synchronizer, Aha Radio 2, AIDA64, Alexa Media Player, AliExpress, Amazon Music, Amazon Shopping, AndroidDownloadManager, AntennaPod, AntiBrowserSpy, Apple News, ASUS Updater, Avid Link, Background Intelligent Transfer Service, Baidu Box App, Baidu Input, Ballz, Bank Millenium,, BB2C, BBC News, Be Focused, BetBull, BeyondPod, Bible KJV, Binance, Bing iPad, BingWebApp, Bitcoin Core, Bitsboard, Blackboard, Blitz, Blue Proxy, BlueStacks, Bookshelf, Bose Music, bPod, CastBox, Castro, Castro 2, CCleaner, CGN, ChMate, Chrome Update, Ciisaa, Citrix Workspace, Clovia, COAF SMART Citizen, Copied, Cortana, Covenant Eyes, CPU-Z, CrosswalkApp, Daum, DevCasts, DeviantArt, DingTalk, DIRECTV, Discord, DoggCatcher, Don't Waste My Time!, douban App, Downcast, Dr. Watson, DStream Air, Edge Update, Emby Theater, Epic Games Launcher, ESET Remote Administrator, eToro, Evolve Podcast, Expedia, F-Secure SAFE, Facebook, Facebook Audience Network, Facebook Groups, Facebook Lite, Facebook Messenger, Facebook Messenger Lite, FeedR, Flipboard App, Flipp, Focus Keeper, Focus Matrix, Gaana, Git, GitHub Desktop, GlobalProtect, GoNative, Google Drive, Google Fiber TV, Google Go, Google Photos, Google Play Newsstand, Google Plus, Google Podcasts, Google Search App, Google Tag Manager, GroupMe, Hago, HandBrake, HeyTapBrowser, Hik-Connect, HiSearch, HisThumbnail, HP Smart, iCatcher, IMO HD Video Calls & Chat, IMO International Calls & Chat, Instabridge, Instacast, Instagram App, Instapaper, JaneStyle, Jitsi Meet, Jungle Disk, KakaoTalk, Keeper Password Manager, Kik, Klarna, Landis+Gyr AIM Browser, Line, LinkedIn, Logi Options+, Macrium Reflect, MBolsa, MEmpresas, Mercantile Bank of Michigan, Meta Business Suite, MetaTrader, Microsoft Bing Search, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Office $1, Microsoft Office Mobile, Microsoft OneDrive, Microsoft Start, Microsoft Store,, My Bentley, My World, Naver, NET.mede, Netflix, NewsArticle App, Nextcloud, NPR One, NTV Mobil, NuMuKi Browser, Odnoklassniki, OfferUp, Opal Travel, Opera News, Opera Updater, Orange Radio, Overcast, Paint by Number, Pandora, Papers, Petal Search App, Pic Collage, Pinterest, Player FM, Plex Media Server, Pocket Casts, Podbean, Podcast & Radio Addict, Podcaster, Podcast Republic, Podcasts, Podcat, Podcatcher Deluxe, Podimo, Podkicker$1, PowerShell, Procast, Q-municate, qBittorrent, QQMusic, QuickCast, Quick Search TV, R, Radio Italiane, RadioPublic, Rave Social, Razer Synapse, RDDocuments, Reddit, rekordbox, RNPS Action Cards, Roblox, RoboForm, Rocket Chat, RSSRadio, Safari Search Helper, SafeIP, Samsung Magician, Shopee, ShowMe, Sina Weibo, Siri, Skyeng, Skyeng Teachers, Skype, Skype for Business, Slack, Snapchat, SogouSearch App, SohuNews, Soldier, SPORT1, Spotify, Startsiden, Streamlabs OBS, Strimio, Surfshark, Swoot, Teams, The Wall Street Journal, Theyub, Thunder, tieba, TikTok, TopBuzz, TradingView, TuneIn Radio, TuneIn Radio Pro, Tuya Smart Life, TVirl, twinkle, Twitter, Twitterrific, U-Cursos, Uconnect LIVE, Unibox, UnityPlayer, Viber, Visual Studio Code, Vuhuv, Vuze, Wattpad, Wayback Machine, WebDAV, WeChat, WeChat Share Extension, WhatsApp, WhatsApp+2, Whisper, WH Questions, Windows Antivirus, Windows CryptoAPI, Windows Delivery Optimization, Windows Push Notification Services, Windows Update Agent, Wireshark, Wirtschafts Woche, Word Cookies!, WPS Office, Y8 Browser, Yahoo! Japan, Yahoo OneSearch, YakYak, Yandex, Yelp Mobile, YouTube, Zalo, ZEPETO, Zoho Chat and mobile apps using AFNetworking

List of detected PIMs (personal information manager):

Airmail, Barca, Basecamp, BathyScaphe, DAVdroid, eM Client, Evernote, Franz, JaneView, Live5ch, Lotus Notes, MailBar, Mailbird, Mailspring, Microsoft Outlook, NAVER Mail, Notion, Outlook Express, Postbox,, Rambox Pro, SeaMonkey, The Bat!, Thunderbird, Windows Mail, Yahoo Mail

List of detected feed readers:

Akregator, Apple PubSub, BashPodder, Breaker, FeedDemon, Feeddler RSS Reader, gPodder, JetBrains Omea Reader, Liferea, NetNewsWire, Newsbeuter, NewsBlur, NewsBlur Mobile App, PritTorrent, Pulp, QuiteRSS, ReadKit, Reeder, RSS Bandit, RSS Junkie, RSSOwl, Stringer

List of brands with detected devices:

2E, 3GNET, 3GO, 3Q, 4Good, 4ife, 7 Mobile, 360, 8848, A1, Accent, Ace, Acer, Acteck, actiMirror, Adronix, Advan, Advance, AFFIX, AfriOne, AGM, AG Mobile, AIDATA, Ainol, Airis, Airness, AIRON, Airtel, Airties, AIS, Aiuto, Aiwa, Akai, AKIRA, Alba, Alcatel, Alcor, ALDI NORD, ALDI SÜD, Alfawise, Aligator, AllCall, AllDocube, Allview, Allwinner, Alps, Altech UEC, Altice, altron, Amazon, AMCV, AMGOO, Amigoo, Amino, Amoi, Andowl, Angelcare, Anker, Anry, ANS, AOC, Aocos, AOpen, Aoro, Aoson, AOYODKG, Apple, Aquarius, Archos, Arian Space, Ark, ArmPhone, Arnova, ARRIS, Artel, Artizlee, ArtLine, Asano, Asanzo, Ask, Aspera, Assistant, Astro, Asus, AT&T, Athesi, Atmaca Elektronik, ATMAN, ATOL, Atom, Atvio, Audiovox, AURIS, Autan, AUX, Avaya, Avenzo, AVH, Avvio, Awow, Axioo, AXXA, Axxion, AYYA, Azumi Mobile, b2m, Backcell, BangOlufsen, Barnes & Noble, BBK, BB Mobile, BDF, BDQ, BDsharing, Becker, Beeline, Beelink, Beetel, Beista, Bellphone, Benco, Benesse, BenQ, BenQ-Siemens, Benzo, Beyond, Bezkam, BGH, Bigben, BIHEE, BilimLand, Billion, Billow, BioRugged, Bird, Bitel, Bitmore, Bittium, Bkav, Black Bear, Black Fox, Blackview, Blaupunkt, Bleck, BLISS, Blloc, Blow, Blu, Bluboo, Bluebird, Bluedot, Bluegood, BlueSky, Bluewave, BMAX, Bmobile, Bobarry, bogo, Boost, Boway, bq, BrandCode, Brandt, Bravis, BrightSign, Brondi, BROR, BS Mobile, Bubblegum, Bundy, Bush, BuzzTV, C5 Mobile, CAGI, Camfone, Canal Digital, Capitel, Captiva, Carbon Mobile, Carrefour, Casio, Casper, Cat, Cavion, Ceibal, Celcus, Celkon, Cell-C, Cellacom, CellAllure, Cellution, Centric, CG Mobile, CGV, Chainway, Changhong, Cherry Mobile, Chico Mobile, ChiliGreen, China Mobile, China Telecom, Chuwi, CipherLab, Claresta, Clarmin, ClearPHONE, Clementoni, Cloud, Cloudfone, Cloudpad, Clout, CnM, Cobalt, Coby Kyros, Colors, Comio, Compal, Compaq, COMPUMAX, ComTrade Tesla, Concord, ConCorde, Condor, Connectce, Connex, Conquest, Contixo, Coolpad, Coopers, CORN, Cosmote, Covia, Cowon, COYOTE, CreNova, Crescent, Cricket, Crius Mea, Crony, Crosscall, Crown, Cube, CUBOT, CVTE, Cyrus, D-Link, D-Tech, Daewoo, Danew, Dany, DASS, Datalogic, Datamini, Datang, Datawind, Datsun, Dazen, DbPhone, Dbtel, Dcode, Dell, Denali, Denver, Desay, DeWalt, DEXP, DF, DGTEC, Dialog, Dicam, Digi, Digicel, DIGICOM, Digidragon, DIGIFORS, Digihome, Digiland, Digit4G, Digma, Dinax, DING DING, DISH, Ditecma, Diva, DiverMax, Divisat, DIXON, DL, DMM, DNS, DoCoMo, Doffler, Dolamee,, Doogee, Doopro, Doov, Dopod, Doppio, DORLAND, Doro, DRAGON, Dragon Touch, Dreamgate, DreamStar, DreamTab, Droxio, Dtac, Dune HD, DUNNS Mobile, E-Boda, E-Ceros, E-tel, Eagle, Easypix, EBEN, EBEST, Echo Mobiles, ecom, ECON, ECOO, ECS, EE, EFT, EGL, Einstein, EKO, Eks Mobility, EKT, ELARI, Elecson, Electroneum, ELECTRONIA, Elekta, Element, Elenberg, Elephone, Elevate, Elong Mobile, Eltex, Ematic, Emporia, ENACOM, Energizer, Energy Sistem, Engel, ENIE, Enot, eNOVA, Envizen, Epik One, Epson, Equator, Ergo, Ericsson, Ericy, Erisson, Essential, Essentielb, eSTAR, Eton, eTouch, Etuline, Eurocase, Eurostar, Evercoss, Evertek, Evolio, Evolveo, Evoo, EVPAD, EvroMedia, EWIS, EXCEED, Exmart, ExMobile, EXO, Explay, Extrem, EYU, Ezio, Ezze, F&U, F2 Mobile, F150, Facebook, Facetel, Facime, Fairphone, Famoco, Famous, Fantec, FaRao Pro, FarEasTone, Fengxiang, FEONAL, Fero, Figgers, FiGi, FiGO, FiiO, FILIX, FinePower, Finlux, FireFly Mobile, FISE, Fly, FLYCAT, FMT, FNB, FNF, Fondi, Fonos, FOODO, FORME, Formuler, Forstar, Fortis, Fourel, Four Mobile, Foxconn, FPT, Freetel, Fuego, Fujitsu, Funai, Fusion5, Future Mobile Technology, G-TiDE, G-Touch, Galaxy Innovations, Garmin-Asus, Gateway, Gazer, Geanee, Gear Mobile, Gemini, General Mobile, Genesis, GEOFOX, Geotel, Geotex, GEOZON, GFive, Ghia, Ghong, Ghost, Gigabyte, Gigaset, Gini, Ginzzu, Gionee, Globex, Glofiish, GLONYX, GLX, GOCLEVER, Gocomma, GoGEN, GoldMaster, Gol Mobile, Goly, Gome, GoMobile, Google, Goophone, Gooweel, Gplus, Gradiente, Grape, Gree, Greentel, Gresso, Gretel, Grundig, Gtel, H96, H133, Hafury, Haier, Haipai, Hamlet, Hammer, Handheld, HannSpree, HAOVM, Hardkernel, Harper, Hasee, HDC, Helio, HERO, HexaByte, Hezire, Hi, Hi-Level, High Q, Highscreen, HiHi, HiKing, HiMax, Hi Nova, Hipstreet, Hisense, Hitachi, Hitech, HKPro, HLLO, Hoffmann, Hometech, Homtom, Honeywell, Hoozo, Horizon, Horizont, Hosin, Hotel, Hot Pepper, HOTREALS, Hotwav, How, HP, HTC, Huadoo, Huagan, Huavi, Huawei, Hugerock, Humax, Hurricane, Huskee, Hyrican, Hytera, Hyundai, Hyve, i-Cherry, I-INN, i-Joy, i-mate, i-mobile, iBall, iBerry, iBrit, IconBIT, iData, iDroid, iGet, iHunt, Ikea, IKI Mobile, iKoMo, iKon, IKU Mobile, iLA, iLife, iMan, iMars, iMI, IMO Mobile, Imose, Impression, iMuz, iNavi, INCAR, Inch, Inco, iNew, Infiniton, Infinix, InFocus, InfoKit, InFone, Inkti, InnJoo, Innos, Innostream, Inoi, iNo Mobile, iNOVA, INQ, Insignia, INSYS, Intek, Intel, Intex, Invens, Inverto, Invin, iOcean, iOutdoor, iPEGTOP, iPro, iQ&T, IQM, IRA, Irbis, iReplace, Iris, iRola, iRulu, iSafe Mobile, iStar, iSWAG, IT, iTel, iTruck, IUNI, iVA, iView, iVooMi, ivvi, iWaylink, iXTech, iZotron, JAY-Tech, Jedi, Jeka, Jesy, JFone, Jiake, Jiayu, Jinga, Jio, Jivi, JKL, Jolla, Joy, JPay, JREN, Jumper, Juniper Systems, Just5, JVC, JXD, K-Touch, Kaan, Kaiomy, Kalley, Kanji, Karbonn, Kata, KATV1, Kazam, Kazuna, KDDI, Kempler & Strauss, Kenbo, Keneksi, Kenxinda, Kiano, Kingbox, Kingstar, Kingsun, KINGZONE, Kiowa, Kivi, Klipad, Kocaso, Kodak, Kogan, Komu, Konka, Konrow, Koobee, Koolnee, Kooper, KOPO, Koridy, Koslam, KREZ, KRIP, KRONO, Krüger&Matz, KT-Tech, KUBO, Kuliao, Kult, Kumai, Kurio, Kvant, Kyocera, Kyowon, Kzen, L-Max, LAIQ, Land Rover, Landvo, Lanin, Lanix, Lark, Laurus, Lava, LCT, Leader Phone, Leagoo, Leben, Ledstar, LeEco, Leelbox, Leff, Legend, Leke, LEMFO, Lemhoov, Lenco, Lenovo, Leotec, Le Pan, Lephone, Lesia, Lexand, Lexibook, LG, Liberton, Lifemaxx, Lingwin, Linnex, Linsar, Listo, LNMBBS, Loewe, Logic, Logic Instrument, Logicom, LOKMAT, Loview, Lovme, LT Mobile, Lumigon, Lumitel, Lumus, Luna, Luxor, LYF, M-Horse, M-Tech, M.T.T., M3 Mobile, M4tel, MAC AUDIO, Macoox, Mafe, Magicsee, Magnus, Majestic, Malata, Mango, Manhattan, Mann, Manta Multimedia, Mantra, Mara, Marshal, Massgo, Masstel, Mastertech, Matrix, Maxcom, Maximus, Maxtron, MAXVI, Maxwest, MAXX, Maze, Maze Speed, MBI, MBOX, MDC Store, MDTV, meanIT, Mecer, Mecool, Mediacom, MediaTek, Medion, MEEG, MegaFon, Meitu, Meizu, Melrose, Memup, Meta, Metz, MEU, MicroMax, Microsoft, Microtech, Minix, Mintt, Mio, Mione, Miray, Mito, Mitsubishi, Mitsui, MIVO, MIXC, MiXzo, MLLED, MLS, MMI, Mobicel, MobiIoT, Mobiistar, Mobiola, Mobistel, MobiWire, Mobo, Modecom, Mofut, Motorola, Movic, mPhone, Mpman, MSI, MStar, MTC, MTN, Multilaser, MYFON, MyGica, Mymaga, MyMobile, MyPhone, Myria, Myros, Mystery, MyTab, MyWigo, Nabi, Naomi Phone, NASCO, National, Navcity, Navitech, Navitel, Navon, NavRoad, NEC, Necnot, Neffos, Neo, neoCore, Neolix, Neomi, Neon IQ, Netgear, NeuImage, New Balance, New Bridge, Newgen, Newland, Newman, Newsday, NewsMy, Nexa, NEXBOX, Nexian, NEXON, NEXT, Nextbit, NextBook, NextTab, NGM, NG Optics, Nikon, NINETEC, Nintendo, nJoy, NOA, Noain, Nobby, Noblex, NOBUX, NOGA, Nokia, Nomi, Nomu, Noontec, Nordmende, NorthTech, Nos, Nothing Phone, Nous, Novex, Novey, NTT West, NuAns, Nubia, NUU Mobile, Nuvo, Nvidia, NYX Mobile, O+, O2, Oale, OASYS, Obabox, Obi, Odotpad, Odys, OINOM, Ok, Okapia, OKSI, OKWU, Ollee, OMIX, Onda, OneClick, OnePlus, Onix, Onkyo, ONN, ONYX BOOX, Ookee, OpelMobile, Openbox, OPPO, Opsson, Optoma, Orange, Orbic, Orbita, Orbsmart, Ordissimo, Orion, OTTO, OUJIA, Ouki, Oukitel, OUYA, Overmax, Ovvi, Owwo, OYSIN, Oysters, Oyyu, OzoneHD, P-UP, Packard Bell, Paladin, Palm, Panacom, Panasonic, Pantech, PAPYRE, Parrot Mobile, Partner Mobile, PCBOX, PCD, PCD Argentina, PEAQ, Pelitt, Pendoo, Pentagram, Perfeo, Phicomm, Philco, Philips, Phonemax, phoneOne, Pico, PINE, Pioneer, Pioneer Computers, PiPO, PIRANHA, Pixela, Pixelphone, Pixus, Planet Computers, Ployer, Plum, PlusStyle, Pluzz, PocketBook, POCO, Point Mobile, Point of View, Polar, PolarLine, Polaroid, Polestar, PolyPad, Polytron, Pomp, Poppox, POPTEL, Porsche, Positivo, Positivo BGH, PPTV, Premio, Prestigio, Primepad, Primux, Pritom, Prixton, PROFiLO, Proline, Prology, ProScan, Protruly, ProVision, PULID, Purism, Q-Box, Q-Touch, Q.Bell, QFX, Qilive, QLink, QMobile, Qnet Mobile, QTECH, Qtek, Quantum, Qubo, Quechua, Quest, Quipus, Qumo, Qware, R-TV, Rakuten, Ramos, Raspberry, Ravoz, Raylandz, Razer, RCA Tablets, Reach, Readboy, Realme, RED, Redbean, Redfox, Redway, Reeder, REGAL, Remdun, Retroid Pocket, Revo, Ricoh, Rikomagic, RIM, Rinno, Ritmix, Ritzviva, Riviera, Rivo, Rizzen, ROADMAX, Roadrover, Rokit, Roku, Rombica, Ross&Moor, Rover, RoverPad, Royole, RoyQueen, RT Project, RugGear, Ruio, Runbo, Ryte, S-TELL, S2Tel, Saba, Safaricom, Sagem, Saiet, Salora, Samsung, Sanei, Sansui, Santin, Sanyo, Savio, SCBC, Schneider, Schok, Scosmos, Seatel, Seeken, SEG, Sega, Selecline, Selenga, Selevision, Selfix, SEMP TCL, Sencor, Sendo, Senkatel, Senseit, Senwa, Seuic, SFR, Shanling, Sharp, Shift Phones, Shivaki, Shtrikh-M, Shuttle, Sico, Siemens, Sigma, Silelis, Silent Circle, Simbans, Simply, Singtech, Siragon, Sirin Labs, SK Broadband, SKG, Sky, Skyworth, Smadl, Smailo, Smart, Smartab, SmartBook, SMARTEC, Smart Electronic, Smartfren, Smartisan, Smart Kassel, Smarty, Smooth Mobile, Smotreshka, SNAMI, Soda, Softbank, Soho Style, SOLE, SOLO, Solone, Sonim, SONOS, Sony, Sony Ericsson, Soundmax, Soyes, Spark, SPC, Spectralink, Spectrum, Spice, Sprint, SQOOL, Star, Starlight, Starmobile, Starway, Starwind, STF Mobile, STG Telecom, STK, Stonex, Storex, StrawBerry, Stream, STRONG, Stylo, Subor, Sugar, Sumvision, Sunmi, Sunny, Sunstech, SunVan, Sunvell, SUNWIND, SuperSonic, SuperTab, Supra, Suzuki, Swipe, SWISSMOBILITY, Swisstone, SWTV, Sylvania, Symphony, Syrox, T-Mobile, T96, TAG Tech, Taiga System, Takara, Talius, Tambo, Tanix, TB Touch, TCL, TD Systems, TD Tech, TeachTouch, Technicolor, Technika, 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Author: Matomo-org
Source Code: 
License: LGPL-3.0 license

#php #user #hacktoberfest #detect 

The Universal Device Detection Library Will Parse any User Agent

FrankenPHP: The Modern PHP App Server

FrankenPHP: Modern App Server for PHP

FrankenPHP is a modern application server for PHP built on top of the Caddy web server.

FrankenPHP gives superpowers to your PHP apps thanks to its stunning features: Early Hints, worker mode, real-time capabilities, automatic HTTPS, HTTP/2 and HTTP/3 support...

FrankenPHP works with any PHP app and makes your Symfony projects faster than ever thanks to provided integration with the worker mode (Laravel Octane support coming).

FrankenPHP can also be used as a standalone Go library to embed PHP in any app using net/http.

Learn more on in this slide deck:


Getting Started

☢️ FrankenPHP is very experimental, don't use it in production yet, file bugs and write patches! ☢️

docker run -v $PWD:/app/public \
    -p 80:80 -p 443:443 \

Go to https://localhost, and enjoy!

Note: do not attempt to use Use localhost and accept the self-signed certificate. Caddy has an automatic TLS handling that auto-trusts some local-based hostnames like localhost, but it does not apply to IP addresses. More details on Caddy's "automatic https" docs.


Download Details:

Author: Dunglas
Source Code: 
License: MIT license

#php #go #worker #hacktoberfest 

FrankenPHP: The Modern PHP App Server

Alfred-github-workflow: GitHub Workflow for Alfred 4

GitHub Workflow for Alfred 4

You can search through GitHub (gh) and your GitHub Enterprise instance (ghe).


This workflow requires PHP, which is no longer pre-installed since macOS 12 Montery.
You can install it via Homebrew (brew install php).


In Alfred type (gh > login) to authenticate against your account. The login uses OAuth, so you do not have to enter your credentials.

For github enterprise

  1. In Alfred type (ghe > url
  2. Create a new Personal Access Token (ghe > generate token or It only needs access to your repos. Copy this token to your clipboard.
  3. In Alfred type (ghe > login <paste token here>)
  4. You can now ghe your_enterprise_repo_name

Access to private repositories in organizations

Organizations must approve this app, otherwise private repositories of that organization can not be accessed. Access can be requested here.

Key Combinations

Key CombinationAction
enterOpen entry in default browser
cmd + cCopy URL of the entry
cmd + enterPaste URL to front most app
shift or cmd + yOpen URL in QuickLook


To search through your GitHub Enterprise instance replace gh by ghe.

Repo commands

  • gh user/repo
  • gh user/repo #123
  • gh user/repo @branch
  • gh user/repo *commit
  • gh user/repo /path/to/file
  • gh user/repo actions
  • gh user/repo admin
  • gh user/repo clone
  • gh user/repo dev
  • gh user/repo discussions
  • gh user/repo graphs
  • gh user/repo issues
  • gh user/repo milestones
  • gh user/repo network
  • gh user/repo new issue
  • gh user/repo new pull
  • gh user/repo projects
  • gh user/repo pulls
  • gh user/repo pulse
  • gh user/repo releases
  • gh user/repo wiki
  • gh user/repo projects

User commands

  • gh @user
  • gh @user overview
  • gh @user repositories
  • gh @user stars
  • gh @user gists

Search commands

  • gh s repo
  • gh s @user

"My" commands

  • gh my dashboard
  • gh my notifications
  • gh my profile
  • gh my issues
  • gh my issues created
  • gh my issues assigned
  • gh my issues mentioned
  • gh my pulls
  • gh my pulls created
  • gh my pulls assigned
  • gh my pulls mentioned
  • gh my pulls review requested
  • gh my repos
  • gh my repos new
  • gh my settings
  • gh my stars
  • gh my gists

Workflow commands

  • gh > login
  • gh > logout
  • gh > delete cache
  • gh > delete database
  • gh > update
  • gh > activate autoupdate
  • gh > deactivate autoupdate
  • gh > help
  • gh > changelog
  • ghe > url (GitHub Enterprise only)
  • ghe > generate token (GitHub Enterprise only)
  • ghe > enterprise reset (GitHub Enterprise only)


Workflow Screenshot

Download Details:

Author: Gharlan
Source Code: 
License: MIT license

#php #github #workflow #hacktoberfest 

Alfred-github-workflow: GitHub Workflow for Alfred 4

Sundials.jl: Julia interface to Sundials



Sundials.jl is a Julia package that interfaces to the Sundials library (see source). Sundials (the C library and this package) provides the following:

  • CVODES - for integration and sensitivity analysis of ODEs. CVODES treats stiff and nonstiff ODE systems of the form y' = f(t,y,p), y(t0) = y0(p), where p is a set of parameters.
  • ARKStep - for integration of non-stiff, stiff, and mixed mode ODEs via split, linearly-implicit form, implicit, and IMEX Runge-Kutta methods on ODEs of the form My' = f_E(t,y,p) + f_i(t,y,p), y(t0) = y0(p) for a set of parameters p.
  • ERKStep - for integration of non-stiff, stiff, and mixed mode ODEs via split, linearly-implicit form, implicit, and IMEX Runge-Kutta methods on ODEs of the form y' = f(t,y,p), y(t0) = y0(p) for a set of parameters p.
  • IDAS - for integration and sensitivity analysis of DAEs. IDAS treats DAE systems of the form F(t,y,y',p) = 0, y(t0) = y0(p), y'(t0) = y0'(p)
  • KINSOL - for solution of nonlinear algebraic systems. KINSOL treats nonlinear systems of the form F(u) = 0

Note that CVODES and IDAS contain all functions provided by CVODE and IDA (for integration without sensitivity analysis). If you need to use the latter, you can set enable_sensitivities=false in deps/build.jl and (re)build the package.


Within Julia, use the package manager:


This should download and install the Sundials libraries and register the package. On Windows precompiled binaries are used, while on Unix and OSX Sundials is built from its sources (provided the necessary tools are available). If you have Sundials already installed, make sure that Julia can find it, e.g., via

push!(Base.DL_LOAD_PATH, "/opt/local/lib")

before you install the package. Downloading and/or re-building of the library can be triggered by"Sundials") if anything goes wrong.

To test the installation use


which currently runs some of the examples in the examples directory.

Common Interface API

This package is part of the JuliaDiffEq common interface. This is documented in the DifferentialEquations.jl documentation. Thus the ODE tutorial applies. For example, the Lorenz attractor can be solved with CVODE_Adams as follows:

using Sundials
function lorenz(du,u,p,t)
 du[1] = 10.0(u[2]-u[1])
 du[2] = u[1]*(28.0-u[3]) - u[2]
 du[3] = u[1]*u[2] - (8/3)*u[3]
u0 = [1.0;0.0;0.0]
tspan = (0.0,100.0)
prob = ODEProblem(lorenz,u0,tspan)
sol = solve(prob,CVODE_Adams())
using Plots; plot(sol,vars=(1,2,3))

Sundials.jl exports the CVODE_BDF, CVODE_Adams, and ARKODE methods for ODEs which are documented in the ODE Solvers page, and IDA which is documented in the DAE solvers page. Additionally, the ARKODE method can be used on SplitODEProblems to solve ODEs in IMEX form.


Along with the ODE solvers, Sundials contains the KINSOL nonlinear solver. It's called via:

kinsol(f, y0::Vector{Float64};
                userdata::Any = nothing,
                linear_solver=:Dense, jac_upper=0, jac_lower=0)

where f(res,y) is an in-place function that computes the residual f(y)-res=0, and KINSOL attempts to find y such that res=0. This method is generally quite fast and the choice linear_solver=:Band is well-suited for problems with a banded Jacobian (you must specify the upper and lower band sizes). However, this is not as robust as many other techniques like trust-region methods, and thus we recommend NLsolve.jl for more general nonlinear solving.

Direct API

This package closely follows the Sundials C API. At a slightly higher level, many (but not all) Sundials.jl functions support passing Julia objects (like Arrays) instead of Sundials objects (like N_Vectors). The Julia package Clang.jl was used to wrap Sundials. This directly uses Sundials' headers sort-of like SWIG. Thus the general C documentation is the documentation for the direct API. See the test directory for usage examples of the direct interface.

For the wrapping code, see src/wrap_sundials.jl. Because of Clang.jl, Sundials.jl provides almost full coverage of the Sundials library (the serial version). A few things to note:

  • Macros like DENSE_ELEM are not available.
  • Nothing is exported from the module. You need to put Sundials. in front of everything.
  • The parallel versions of Sundials which require different N_Vector types have not been wrapped.


If you use this library, please cite both Sundials and the JuliaDiffEq project.

  title={Differentialequations. jl--a performant and feature-rich ecosystem for solving differential equations in julia},
  author={Rackauckas, Christopher and Nie, Qing},
  journal={Journal of Open Research Software},
  publisher={Ubiquity Press}

  title={{SUNDIALS}: Suite of nonlinear and differential/algebraic equation solvers},
  author={Hindmarsh, Alan C and Brown, Peter N and Grant, Keith E and Lee, Steven L and Serban, Radu and Shumaker, Dan E and Woodward, Carol S},
  journal={ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS)},

Download Details:

Author: SciML
Source Code: 
License: BSD-2-Clause license

#julia #hacktoberfest #machinelearning 

Sundials.jl: Julia interface to Sundials

Laravel-log-viewer: Laravel Log Viewer

Laravel log viewer


Log Viewer for Laravel 5, 6, 7 & 8 (still compatible with 4.2 too) and Lumen. Install with composer, create a route to LogViewerController. No public assets, no vendor routes, works with and/or without log rotate. Inspired by Micheal Mand's Laravel 4 log viewer (works only with laravel 4.1)

What ?

Small log viewer for laravel. Looks like this:

capture d ecran 2014-12-01 a 10 37 18

Install (Laravel)

Install via composer

composer require rap2hpoutre/laravel-log-viewer

Add Service Provider to config/app.php in providers section


Add a route in your web routes file:

Route::get('logs', [\Rap2hpoutre\LaravelLogViewer\LogViewerController::class, 'index']);

Go to http://myapp/logs or some other route

Install (Lumen)

Install via composer

composer require rap2hpoutre/laravel-log-viewer

Add the following in bootstrap/app.php:


Explicitly set the namespace in app/Http/routes.php:

$router->group(['namespace' => '\Rap2hpoutre\LaravelLogViewer'], function() use ($router) {
    $router->get('logs', 'LogViewerController@index');

Advanced usage

Customize view

Publish log.blade.php into /resources/views/vendor/laravel-log-viewer/ for view customization:

php artisan vendor:publish \
  --provider="Rap2hpoutre\LaravelLogViewer\LaravelLogViewerServiceProvider" \

Edit configuration

Publish logviewer.php configuration file into /config/ for configuration customization:

php artisan vendor:publish \


If you got a InvalidArgumentException in FileViewFinder.php error, it may be a problem with config caching. Double check installation, then run php artisan config:clear.

Download Details:

Author: rap2hpoutre
Source Code: 
License: MIT license

#php #laravel #log #hacktoberfest 

Laravel-log-viewer: Laravel Log Viewer

PHPDocumentor: Documentation Generator for PHP


What is phpDocumentor?

phpDocumentor is an application that is capable of analyzing your PHP source code and DocBlock comments to generate a complete set of API Documentation.

Inspired by phpDocumentor 1 and JavaDoc it continues to innovate and is up to date with the latest technologies and PHP language features.

phpDocumentor v3 (Stable)

v3 is the latest stable release.


For more detailed information you can check our online documentation at


phpDocumentor supports the following:

  • PHP 7.0+ compatible, full support for Namespaces, Closures and more are provided.
  • Docblock over types, docblocks can be more explicit about types not all formats are supported by native php.
  • Shows any tag, some tags add additional functionality to phpDocumentor (such as @link).
  • Low memory usage, peak memory usage for small projects is less than 20MB, medium projects 40MB and large frameworks 100MB.
  • Incremental parsing, if you kept the Structure file from a previous run, you get an additional performance boost of up to 80% on top of the mentioned processing speed increase above.
  • Easy template building, if you want to make a branding you only have to call 1 task and edit 3 files.
  • Two-step process, phpDocumentor first generates a cache with your application structure before creating the output. If you'd like you can use that to power your own tools or formatters!
  • Generics support, with more static analysis in php types have become more complex. phpDocumentor understand these types. And will render them as first class types.


PhpDocumentor requires PHP 7.4 or higher to run. However, code of earlier PHP versions can be analyzed.

All templates provided with phpDocumentor have support for Class diagrams based on the read code base. This will require the application Graphviz to be installed on the machine running phpDocumentor. Rendering the class diagrams using Graphviz is optional, and warnings about missing Graphviz can be ignored. However, your documentation will contain some dead links in this case. Class diagram will be created with option --setting=graphs.enabled=true.

There are 3 ways to install phpDocumentor:

  1. Using phive (recommended)
  2. Using the PHAR (manual install)
  3. Via Docker
  4. Via Composer

Using Phive

$ phive install --force-accept-unsigned phpDocumentor

For more information about phive have a look at their website. Now you have phpDocumentor installed, it can be executed like this:

php tools/phpDocumentor

Using the PHAR

  1. Download the phar file from
  2. You can execute the phar like this: php phpDocumentor.phar

Via Docker

  1. $ docker pull phpdoc/phpdoc
  2. $ docker run --rm -v $(pwd):/data phpdoc/phpdoc

Via Composer (not recommended)

But wait? What about composer?

Ah, you discovered our secret. There is a phpdocumentor composer package that you can use to install phpDocumentor.

However: phpDocumentor is a complex application, and its libraries are used in countless other libraries and applications (2 of our libraries have more than 150 million downloads each); and this means that the chances for a conflict between one of our dependencies and yours is high. And when I say high, it is really high.

So, because of the above: we do not endorse nor actively support installing phpDocumentor using Composer.


Starting from phpDocumentor v3 we decided to drop PEAR support due to declining use.

How to use phpDocumentor?

The easiest way to run phpDocumentor is by running the following command:


This command will parse the source code provided using the -d argument and output it to the folder indicated by the -t argument.

phpDocumentor supports a whole range of options to configure the output of your documentation. You can execute the following command, or check our website, for a more detailed listing of available command-line options.

$ phpdoc run -h

Configuration file(s)

phpDocumentor also supports the use of configuration files (named phpdoc.xml or phpdoc.dist.xml by default). Please consult the documentation to see the format and supported options.

Nightly builds

PhpDocumentor doesn't have nightly releases. However, during each pipeline a phar artifact is built. If you want to test the bleeding edge version of phpDocumentor, have a look in the actions section of this repository. Each successful QA workflow has an Artifacts section at the bottom with the phar artifact built.


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Grumphp: A PHP Code-quality tool


Sick and tired of defending code quality over and over again? GrumPHP will do it for you! This composer plugin will register some git hooks in your package repository. When somebody commits changes, GrumPHP will run some tests on the committed code. If the tests fail, you won't be able to commit your changes. This handy tool will not only improve your codebase, it will also teach your co-workers to write better code following the best practices you've determined as a team.

GrumPHP has a set of common tasks built-in. You will be able to use GrumPHP with a minimum of configuration.

We don't want to bore you with all the details, so quick: install it yourself and unleash the power of GrumPHP!




In order for this package to work, you have to make sure following tools are discoverable on the command-line:

  • php
  • composer
  • git

This package is a composer plugin and should be installed to your project's dev dependency using composer:

Install GrumPHP as a phar without dependencies:

composer require --dev phpro/grumphp-shim

Install GrumPHP with dependencies:

composer require --dev phpro/grumphp

Install GrumPHP without dependencies and automated git hooks through phive

phive install grumphp

When the package is installed, GrumPHP will attach itself to the git hooks of your project. You will see following message in the composer logs:

Watch out! GrumPHP is sniffing your commits!

GrumPHP will never push you into using a specific task. You can choose the tasks that fit your needs, and activate or deactivate any task in no time! See the suggest section in composer.json.

Note: GrumPHP will overwrite existing hooks unless you run composer install with --no-plugins or --no-scripts. We do create a backup of your git hook, but it's best to make sure you also have a backup of your custom hooks before you try to install GrumPHP.

Having trouble installing GrumPHP? Find out how to:


Some things in GrumPHP can be configured in a grumphp.yml or grumphp.yml.dist file in the root of your project (the directory where you run the grumphp command). You can specify a custom config filename and location in composer.json or in the --config option of the console commands.

# grumphp.yml
    hooks_dir: ~
    hooks_preset: local
         VAGRANT_HOST_DIR: .
         VAGRANT_PROJECT_DIR: /var/www
         ENV: {}
    stop_on_failure: false
    ignore_unstaged_changes: false
    hide_circumvention_tip: false
    process_timeout: 60
        failed: grumphp-grumpy.txt
        succeeded: grumphp-happy.txt
        enabled: true
        max_workers: 32
        enabled: true
        fix_by_default: false
        files: []
        variables: {}
        paths: []
    tasks: {}
    testsuites: []
    extensions: []

Details of the configuration are broken down into the following sections.


Since GrumPHP is just a CLI tool, these commands can be triggered:


GrumPHP works with PHP 5.6 or above.

This package has been tested with following git clients:

  • CLI Unix
  • CLI Mac
  • CLI Windows
  • PhpStorm Git
  • Atlassian SourceTree
  • Syntevo SmartGit


Lots of tasks are already available to make sure your team writes great code. We are always looking to support new tasks. Feel free to log an issue or create a pull request for a task we forgot.

Are you missing a feature or did you find a bug? Log it in the issue tracker! Want to help out? Feel free to contact us!



Submitting bugs and feature requests

Bugs and feature request are tracked on GitHub. Please take a look at our rules before contributing your code.

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