Count number of lines in a GitHub repository without cloning

There are similar questions but all of them need you to clone repository and then run some utility on it.
I need a web-service which can give me those stats (something like using an URL e.g. http://my-sloc-counter.com/project1 to get SLOC stats for project1 from GitHub)

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Count number of lines in a GitHub repository without cloning”

    For GitHub specifically, you have a possibility to compute an approximation of that data (LOC: Lines of Code) through the GitHub Statistics API.

    You can see an example in “Can you get the number of lines of code from a Github repository?”, which does not involve cloning the repo.

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