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shortid - Short id generator. Url-friendly. Non-predictable. Cluster-compatible.

  •    Javascript

Amazingly short non-sequential url-friendly unique id generator. ShortId creates amazingly short non-sequential url-friendly unique ids. Perfect for url shorteners, MongoDB and Redis ids, and any other id users might see.

hashids

  •    Javascript

A small JavaScript library to generate YouTube-like ids from numbers. Use it when you don't want to expose your database ids to the user.

YOURLS - 🔗 Your Own URL Shortener

  •    PHP

YOURLS is a set of PHP scripts that will allow you to run Your Own URL Shortener. You'll have full control over your data, detailed stats, analytics, plugins, and more. It's free. To get started, check yourls.org! Learn more tweaks in the Wiki documentation.

bitly - A Ruby wrapper for the bit.ly API

  •    Ruby

Bitly recently released their version 3 API. From this 0.5.0 release, the gem will continue to work the same but also provide a V3 module, using the version 3 API. The standard module will become deprecated, as Bitly do not plan to keep the version 2 API around forever. Then, when you call Bitly.new(username, api_key) you will get a Bitly::V3::Client instead, which provides the version 3 api calls (shorten, expand, clicks, validate and bitly_pro_domain). See http://dev.bitly.com for details.




Link Shortner

  •    ASPNET

This is link/URL shortening open source project simillar to services like goo.gl, tinyUrl, bitly etc developed in C# ASP.Net.

bitly-api - PHP Library based on Guzzle to consume Bit.ly API

  •    Gherkin

PHP Library based on Guzzle to consume Bit.ly API. The biggest advantage in using Guzzle is that you can easely attach Guzzle plugins to your client. Here, for example,you can see how to attach the log plugin and write all your requests to a file.

node-shorturl - Simple URL shortener client library for node.js

  •    Javascript

shorturl is a simple, asynchronous client library for common URL shortener services. It currently supports: arseh.at, bit.ly, goo.gl, is.gd, v.gd and string substitution links (with %@). It includes a perky little script for shortening URLs on the command line, also named shorturl. If you need to go deeper, try the more complete client libraries for individual services such as node-bitly or node-googl.


laravel-bitly - Laravel package for generating bitly url

  •    PHP

Laravel package for generating bitly url

nsq-client - An NSQ V2 client implemented using native Buffer objects

  •    Javascript

A simple implementation of the NSQ-V2 protocol using native Buffer objects, based entirely upon the protocol documentation found in Bitly's GitHub project.

bitly-client - :link: Create and manage your Bitly shortlinks from the command line

  •    Javascript

:link: Create and manage your Bitly shortlinks from the command line

urlshortener-rs - A very-very simple url shortener for Rust

  •    Rust

A very simple urlshortener for Rust. This library aims to implement as much URL shortener services as possible and to provide an interface as minimal and simple as possible. For easing pain with dependency hell, the library provides request objects since 0.9.0 version which can be used for performing requests via user http-client library.

blink - Modern, lightweight, planet-scale link shortener for teams 🎉

  •    Javascript

And once you're done with development, you can run make down to shut down and cleanup all the containers that spun up. Run make run to boot up backend express server and frontend react "live-loader". You can access the app at https://localhost/app (or localhost/app, both works)! Both the frontend and the backend will live-reload as you make changes. You can login as the user specified at the end of config/keycloak.json (username: user, password: Password1).

objection-hashid - Objection plugin to automatically obfuscate model ids using hashids!

  •    Javascript

Sometimes you don't want to expose the id's of your model directly. Instead of {id: 1}, you can have {id: 'W02nmXZ'} like YouTube's video id or bitly's link id. That's where hashids and this plugin comes in: it automatically converts the model id(s) (yes, it supports compound PKs) into an obfuscated form for the outside world to read, and then convert it back to the original form when the server's trying to read the model id.






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