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Stars - the number of stars that a project has on GitHub. Growth - month over month growth in stars.
Activity is a relative number indicating how actively a project is being developed. Recent commits have higher weight than older ones.
For example, an activity of 9.0 indicates that a project is amongst the top 10% of the most actively developed projects that we are tracking.
We haven't tracked posts mentioning Magallanes yet.
Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.
Every client asks: Why not Wordpress?
2 projects | /r/drupal | 7 Jun 2023
I use deploybot.com to handle like 10 different Drupal installs, on a shared hosting. See also https://deployer.org but you can have your "light" platform.sh on a reasonably cheap shared hosting.
Ask HN: Easiest and cheapest full-stack frameworks that you love?
9 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 9 Feb 2023
Is there an equivalent for deployer in .NET world?
Ideas for minimum PHP pipeline for a small team
7 projects | /r/PHP | 30 Dec 2022
The easiest way to switch from your current ssh -> git pull deployment to CI deployment is the switch to Deployer. https://deployer.org/ which is doing something similar but in a blue/green deployment way. A github action for it can look like this:7 projects | /r/PHP | 30 Dec 2022
We have recently moved from jenkins + deployer.org to envoyer.. Alot of value and ease of life considering the monthly fee....
What are your deployment steps for continuous delivery with a Laravel App?
I use deployer and deployphp github action
I would also check out PHP Deployer (https://deployer.org/) as an open source/free alternative to some of those paid solutions mentioned in other comments.
We run a GitHub Actions workflow on push to master / PR merges for our Laravel apps that builds our assets, runs tests & code quality checks, then deploys to our server(s) using Deployer.
How to deploy LAMP stack
2 projects | /r/PHPhelp | 6 Nov 2022
setup blue/green deployments or go fancy with something like deployer
What tools/services are you using to deploy your Symfony app to servers?
2 projects | /r/symfony | 30 Oct 2022
How to deploy an app?
2 projects | /r/node | 30 Oct 2022
I'm not looking for a hosting, i'm looking for the equivalent of deployer.org for node. A package that handles the process to git pull, install dependencies, rollback if necessary, etc... When i search for "how to deploy a node app" all i get is tutorials on how to deploy to Heroku, Vercel & other cloud providers :(
What are some alternatives?
Envoy - Elegant SSH tasks for PHP.
Pomander - Deploy your PHP with PHP. Inspired by Capistrano and Vlad.
Plum - A deployer library for PHP 5.3
PHPloy - PHPloy - Incremental Git (S)FTP deployment tool that supports multiple servers, submodules and rollbacks.
ext-openswoole - Programmatic server for PHP with async IO, coroutines and fibers
liquibase - Main Liquibase Source
git-deploy - Php Script for Auto-Pull in server (Using WebHook from GitLab, GitHub and Bitbucket)