@webex/jsdoctrinetest

v3.0.0

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Latest version published 2 months ago
License: MIT

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Package Health Score

85 / 100

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Security

No known security issues
All security vulnerabilities belong to production dependencies of direct and indirect packages.

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License
MIT
Security Policy
No

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Popularity

Limited

Weekly Downloads (120)

Download trend
GitHub Stars
167
Forks
329
Contributors
110

Direct Usage Popularity


The npm package @webex/jsdoctrinetest receives a total of 120 downloads a week. As such, we scored @webex/jsdoctrinetest popularity level to be Limited.

Based on project statistics from the GitHub repository for the npm package @webex/jsdoctrinetest, we found that it has been starred 167 times.

Downloads are calculated as moving averages for a period of the last 12 months, excluding weekends and known missing data points.

Community

Active
Readme.md
Yes
Contributing.md
Yes
Code of Conduct
No
Contributors
110
Funding
No

A good and healthy external contribution signal for @webex/jsdoctrinetest project, which invites more than one hundred open source maintainers to collaborate on the repository.

We found a way for you to contribute to the project! Looks like @webex/jsdoctrinetest is missing a Code of Conduct.


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package health: 85/100 package health 85/100

Maintenance

Healthy

Commit Frequency

Open Issues
3
Open PR
53
Last Release
2 months ago
Last Commit
5 days ago

Further analysis of the maintenance status of @webex/jsdoctrinetest based on released npm versions cadence, the repository activity, and other data points determined that its maintenance is Healthy.

We found that @webex/jsdoctrinetest demonstrates a positive version release cadence with at least one new version released in the past 3 months.

As a healthy sign for on-going project maintenance, we found that the GitHub repository had at least 1 pull request or issue interacted with by the community.

Package

Node.js Compatibility
>=16

Age
6 years
Dependencies
4 Direct
Versions
1.22K
Install Size
43.3 kB
Dist-tags
4
# of Files
25
Maintainers
2
TS Typings
No

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