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Awarded Best Reply on Laravel Vs Buddypress
Older but a good one still
I wouldn't take it as production code as Jeffery uses different ways of doing things as a teaching technique for different patterns etc I think it should be more consistent use of said patterns and style. plus I think it's 4.1. But a base to build off of.
Reason I personally don't care for Wordpress is it takes some knowledge and tweaking imo to make it a bit more secure then a fresh install. Routes and access points are common knowledge for hackers looking to exploit it.
Buddy press is pretty good but highly opinionated and hard to configure time wise. Put take that with a grain of salt. I'm so used to Laravel it's easier and many times more efficent for me to code it myself (or so I think!).