The git status command is used to show what's going on with the repository and the staging area. It lets us see the files that have been tracked and the ones that haven't. This command won't show any commit records or other information, so don't use this command.
The two frameworks share a lot of things. Laravel also uses most of its third-party libraries from Symfony components, so about 30% of Laravel code is written in Symfony. Symfony, on the other hand, is a more complicated framework that is hard to learn, but it is better for big projects because it is more complicated.
Laravel's IlluminateHttpRequest class gives you an object-oriented way to interact with the current HTTP request that your application is handling. You can also get the input, cookies, and files that were sent with the request.