Laravel has been ranked the most popular framework for the past two years and it’s starting to make its way all over the world. In South Korea, the XpressEngine CMS is moving to Laravel for its 3.0 release that is due out later this year.
XpressEngine is an open source CMS that has a 33.1% market share in South Korea. Second only to WordPress. As part of the move to Laravel, they have translated the documentation to Korean so all Korean developers can benefit from their decision to adopt Laravel.
Outside of the CMS and documentation projects, they have also started a group that meets every week to discuss Laravel.
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