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Our open-sourced projects

We make all of our tools, librairies and experiments open-source under the MIT license, allowing others to use them as they wish.

You can find all of our repositories on Koalati's GitHub profile.

Our contributions

Open-source is not just about being able to view and use other people's code: it's also about collaborating with them to maintain and improve it.

It's in this spirit that we create helpful issues and merge requests for the open-source librairies we use whenever we encounter a bug or a limitation that we believe we can fix or improve.

Here are some of the projects we have contributed to in the past:

Thanks to the many projects that help run Koalati

Hashids

A small PHP library to generate YouTube-like IDs from numbers.

LanguageTool

Style and Grammar Checker for 25+ Languages.

Lighthouse

Automated auditing, performance metrics, and best practices for the web.

Mercure

Server-sent live updates: protocol and reference implementation.

Plausible

Simple, open-source, lightweight and privacy-friendly web analytics alternative to Google Analytics.

Playwright

Playwright enables reliable end-to-end testing for modern web apps.

Puppeteer

Headless Chromium Node.js API.

Symfony

A set of reusable PHP components... and a PHP framework for web projects.

Twig

Twig, the flexible, fast, and secure template language for PHP

ZeroMD

Ridiculously simple zero-config markdown displayer.

minimist

Parse argument options.