lazysizes

v5.3.2

High performance (jankfree) lazy loader for images (including responsive images), iframes and scripts (widgets).

MIT
Latest version published 1 year ago
    npm install lazysizes
  

Package Health Score

68 / 100

Security

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5.3.2 | 03/2021
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5.2.2 | 05/2020
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License
MIT
Security Policy
No

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Popularity

Influential project

Weekly Downloads (257,505)

Download trend
Dependents
158
GitHub Stars
16.22K
Forks
1.72K
Contributors
50

Direct Usage Popularity

TOP 5%

The npm package lazysizes receives a total of 257,505 downloads a week. As such, we scored lazysizes popularity level to be Influential project.

Based on project statistics from the GitHub repository for the npm package lazysizes, we found that it has been starred 16,220 times, and that 158 other projects in the ecosystem are dependent on it.

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

Community

Sustainable
Readme.md
Yes
Contributing.md
No
Code of Conduct
No
Contributors
50
Funding
No

With more than 10 contributors for the lazysizes repository, this is possibly a sign for a growing and inviting community.

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package health: 68/100 package health 68/100

Maintenance

Inactive

Commit Frequency

No Recent Commits
Open Issues
155
Open PR
31
Last Release
1 year ago
Last Commit
1 year ago

Further analysis of the maintenance status of lazysizes based on released npm versions cadence, the repository activity, and other data points determined that its maintenance is Inactive.

An important project maintenance signal to consider for lazysizes is that it hasn't seen any new versions released to npm in the past 12 months, and could be considered as a discontinued project, or that which receives low attention from its maintainers.

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
not defined

Age
8 years
Dependencies
0 Direct
Versions
101
Install Size
336 kB
Dist-tags
1
# of Files
80
Maintainers
2
TS Typings
Yes

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