SJURL - Where the World Shortens Its Links
Whoa there! That URL is too long mate, your friend cant copy-paste the link, nor can they click on it, and their hand is going to start hurting by the time they type out that gigantic URL! But what IF there was an easy way, a quick way to shorten URLs without having to deal with Bitly? Sure, Bitly's great, but what if you need something more? Can there actually be software with more features than Bitly? Whoa, stop right there, if you asked yourself that question, shame on you, of course, there can be such software.
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With more features than Bitly, SJURL has everything you need. Day-to-day work, and enormously detailed tracking. But is such spoken-of software actually free? Of course, it is!
Free plan - Free
Premium plan - Free
Stop right there mate, did you say Ads? I hate ads, and promise to never at all, insert Ads on any section of any website that I make.
Web Param Passing
Any URL parameter such as /login, or ?id=aaaaa can be passed through the shortened URL too! Example:
Long URL: https://replit.com
Shortened URL: https://sjurl.tk/replit
If you visit https://sjurl.tk/replit/talk, it will unshorten to https://replit.com/talk
With SJURL, you can enter a custom backend, or have it generate one. If it's out of ideas, it will automatically increase the backend length. Any user is entitled to unlimited custom backends.
Name your links
Name each link so you know exactly what it's for.
See an overview containing details showing total clicks, device, os, and browser specs. Bitly offers this for Enterprise, we offer it for free. NEW: SJURL also shows a graph for your link clicks, so you can see your trends over time.
Sometimes, you just gotta show it to them. For free, not Enterprise, generate QR Codes for your links.
Send a message automatically to Discord whenever your link is clicked so you know when your colleague has clicked that super important link.
But wait! You entered the wrong URL! No need to worry, SJURL will let you edit your links!
Have a link that you know is never going to be used again? Delete it!
If you don't trust a shortened link, SJURL has built in security protocols to keep you safe. Add
+ to the end of any shortened URL to see its metadata. All sites are scanned via Google Safe Browsing, and users are notified and asked for a confirmation to continue if they visit a malicious site.
When you shorten a link, metadata gets carried over, which means the embed on Discord, Slack, Google Chat, etc. is the same as it would be for the long URL.
At the time of writing, we have 126 users registered under our first-party auth application, SJAUTH. Look out for updates, as SJAUTH prepares to become an SSO application!
SJURL, where the world shortens its links.
Nice, but freenom explicitly states that you can't make a domain a URL shortener. I recommend changing a domain before it gets too popular and taken down.
Sadly, I cannot view it now. But I don't care. I saw how much work you put into this. Literally after scrolling through the code, I found a solution to my bug in my program. Thanks a lot!
The URL shortener is so cool, because I make like a billion files and I usually have a server to save me but sometimes I don't. SJURL, when I can view it, will help a lot.
I am newb at Python programming. Sure I can program in it, but I don't know super complex code that you posting. Would like to take a moment to thank you a lot for helping me. This post is super nice.
So... This might be better than Bitly, but the redirecting from the shortened url to the actual website is SUPER slow. I think I'll just stick with tinyurl.com
@programmeruser i literally gave you a paragraph about what I meant, idiot
i literally can care less about post popularity, what bugs me is that people straight up ignore me, even if i have a good end product, which sucks, because when you work on something for 5 months pack it with more stuff than you could ever need and then get ignored, it sucks. Stereotypes are what affects people the most though, because people usually stray to other, low effort posts because of stereotype.
@lostintheabyss repl post link? These are exactly the kind of people who I want to support, not low effort posts. There's nothing wrong with the trending board, the only problem I have is that it's mainly game based. Once a good project gets on trending, it creates a ton of more stereotypes.
@CoolCoderSJ Srsly though, replit community is more about result that the work behind that result. That doesn't mean all of the community is like that. There are multiple great programmers who actually look at the code, and discuss it in the comments. I'd rather have a not trending post where some people have asked about my code, or suggested improvements, than a trending post with upvotes and a million 'Good job!' comments.