WordPress External Libraries

Total External Libraries

Data Sources

The raw data for this chart is based on the external libraries list in the credit screen inside the WordPress dashboard.

History

WordPress is an open source project and it uses external open source libraries.

WordPress 3.2 introduced the credits.php screen inside WordPress dashboard, crediting the external libraries used to build and operate each WordPress version.

Historical Data

5.5Total of 42 external libraries.+00% —
5.4Total of 42 external libraries.+00% —
5.3Total of 42 external libraries.+00% —
5.2Total of 42 external libraries.+12% ▲
5.1Total of 41 external libraries.+00% —
5.0Total of 41 external libraries.+824% ▲
4.9Total of 33 external libraries.+13% ▲
4.8Total of 32 external libraries.+00% —
4.7Total of 32 external libraries.+00% —
4.6Total of 32 external libraries.+13% ▲
4.5Total of 31 external libraries.+27% ▲
4.4Total of 29 external libraries.+00% —
4.3Total of 29 external libraries.+00% —
4.2Total of 29 external libraries.+14% ▲
4.1Total of 28 external libraries.+00% —
4.0Total of 28 external libraries.+00% —
3.9Total of 28 external libraries.+00% —
3.8Total of 28 external libraries.+00% —
3.7Total of 28 external libraries.+14% ▲
3.6Total of 27 external libraries.+14% ▲
3.5Total of 26 external libraries.+418% ▲
3.4Total of 22 external libraries.+15% ▲
3.3Total of 21 external libraries.-1-5% ▼
3.2Total of 22 external libraries.+22100% ▲
3.1Total of 0 external libraries.+00% —
3.0Total of 0 external libraries.+00% —
2.9Total of 0 external libraries.+00% —
2.8Total of 0 external libraries.+00% —
2.7Total of 0 external libraries.+00% —
2.6Total of 0 external libraries.+00% —
2.5Total of 0 external libraries.+00% —
2.3Total of 0 external libraries.+00% —
2.2Total of 0 external libraries.+00% —
2.1Total of 0 external libraries.+00% —
2.0Total of 0 external libraries.+00% —
1.5Total of 0 external libraries.+00% —
1.2Total of 0 external libraries.+00% —
1.0Total of 0 external libraries.+00% —
0.7Total of 0 external libraries.+00% —