Very simple URL shortener
Incredibly fast and simple URL shortener that runs on almost nothing.
It used Redis as a backend, so this will scale up to a considerable amount of URLs.
To set it up locally, you just need to follow this guide
git clone https://github.com/msanterre/canoe.git
The best way to run this locally is to use fresh
go get github.com/pilu/fresh
Then go to the project root and run
- [x] Provide dockerfile && docker-compose.yml
- [x] Validation
- [ ] Pretty up README
- [x] Ensure slugs don't collide
- [ ] Stats
- [x] JSON support
Contributions are welcome. Fork this repo and submit a pull request and I will review it.
Copyright (c) 2015 Maxime Santerre
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