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.circleci pass!!! Mar 6, 2018
bootstrap first commit May 22, 2017
database Refactor feed with TDD Apr 17, 2018
resources fix the missing "," Jan 7, 2019
routes Unmark those done writing the docs for May 28, 2018
storage first commit May 22, 2017
tests Add assertion for the response May 28, 2018 make tests work Feb 27, 2018
.env.example Drop support for DO_SPACES Jan 19, 2019
.gitattributes first commit May 22, 2017
.gitignore add /storage/framework/testing Mar 5, 2018
artisan first commit May 22, 2017
composer.json Install "mikeerickson/phpunit-pretty-result-printer" Apr 12, 2018
package.json use laravel-echo Mar 24, 2018
phpunit.xml Install "mikeerickson/phpunit-pretty-result-printer" Apr 12, 2018 fix link Apr 3, 2018
server.php Apply fixes from StyleCI May 22, 2017
webpack.mix.js fix io Mar 24, 2018


Where your vote(n) matters CircleCI is an open-source, beautiful, highly customizable yet deadly simple, and warm community. To get a quick taste of what Voten is written with please check our credits page.


Thank you for considering contributing to the Voten. Here's a list of things you can do to support Voten:

  • Discuss Voten's development at #votendev channel. (Voten's editor supports markdown syntax just like Github's)
  • Send PRs. Voten uses Gitbook for help center and API documentation, and Github to host our source code. All of which support PRs.
  • Follow us on Twitter
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  • Help us write unit tests! That's where the code needs help the most.



Voten's public API is under development and will be out in April. The Voten API will be organized around REST. It can be used to build non-automated, high-quality apps and services that interact with the platform.


CodePier Partnership

Voten is proudly partnered with CodePier for taking care of our cloud needs. CodePier can install servers, configure them for Voten's used stack, and monitor platform's uptime. It even takes care of advanced needs of ours such as installing a load-balancer. We highly suggest trying them for deploying Voten or any other PHP project of yours.