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An open source application that allows you to organize your GitHub Stars with ease. Use the hosted version free, or self-host your own instance with the instructions below!



  • To run this project, you must have PHP 7 and Node.js installed.
  • You should setup a host on your web server for your local domain. For this you could also configure Laravel Homestead or Valet.
  • Create a new GitHub OAuth App so you can plug in your API keys.

Step 1

Begin by cloning this repository to your machine, and installing all Composer & NPM dependencies.

git clone
cd astral && composer install && npm install
php artisan astral:install
npm run dev

Step 2

Next, boot up a server to visit the app. If you're using a tool like Laravel Valet, the URL will likely default to http://astral.test. That's pretty much it!

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