A very-very simple url shortener for Rust

Overview

urlshortener-rs

MIT licensed

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.

Implementations

Currently the following URL shorteners are implemented:

With authentication:

  • goo.gl
  • bit.ly
  • kutt.it (supports self hosting)

Without authentication:

  • bn.gy
  • is.gd
  • v.gd
  • bam.bz
  • fifo.cc
  • tiny.ph
  • tny.im
  • s.coop
  • bmeo.org
  • hmm.rs
  • url-shortener.io

The following services are supported, but are discouraged from use, due to restrictions such as rate limits:

  • tinyurl.com
  • psbe.co
  • rlu.ru
  • sirbz.com
  • hec.su
  • abv8.me
  • nowlinks.net

Usage without "client" feature

You can make a Request object without "client" feature only via provider functions:

extern crate urlshortener;

use urlshortener::providers::{Provider, self};

fn main() {
    let long_url = "https://google.com";
    let key = "MY_API_KEY";
    let req = providers::request(long_url, &Provider::GooGl { api_key: key.to_owned() });
    println!("A request object for shortening URL via GooGl: {:?}", req);
}

Usage with "client" feature

Without authentication

extern crate urlshortener;

use urlshortener::client::UrlShortener;

fn main() {
    let us = UrlShortener::new().unwrap();
    let long_url = "https://google.com";
    println!("Short url for google: {:?}", us.try_generate(long_url, None));
}

With authentication (Goo.Gl)

extern crate urlshortener;

use urlshortener::{ client::UrlShortener, providers::Provider };

fn main() {
    let us = UrlShortener::new().unwrap();
    let long_url = "https://google.com";
    let key = "MY_API_KEY";
    println!("Short url for google: {:?}", us.generate(long_url, Provider::GooGl { api_key: key.to_owned() }));
}

Combined (Goo.Gl + Is.Gd)

extern crate urlshortener;

use urlshortener::{ client::UrlShortener, providers::Provider };

fn main() {    
    let us = UrlShortener::new().unwrap();
    let providers = vec![
        Provider::GooGl { api_key: "MY_API_KEY".to_owned() },
        Provider::IsGd,
    ];
    let long_url = "https://rust-lang.org";
    println!("Short url for google: {:?}", us.try_generate(long_url, Some(providers)));
}

License

This project is licensed under the MIT license.

Comments
  • Provider: kutt.it

    Provider: kutt.it

    How about support for kutt.it? This would be cool because it's a shortener that is open-source and easily self hosted in contrast to the current list of supported shorteners. A kutt.it instance provides an API and uses an API key.

    What do you think? I might have some time to implement a provider for this.

    opened by timvisee 4
  • Parsing issue with bit.ly when long url contains

    Parsing issue with bit.ly when long url contains "#"

    ex: Long Url: google.com/asd#123 Output : {"status_code":200,"status_txt":"OK","data":{"url":"http://bit.ly/2nYsQDH","hash":"2nYsQDH","global_hash":"ipdYoe","long_url":"http://google.com/asd","new_hash":0}}

    bug junior job good first issue 
    opened by arshubham 3
  • Add Kutt provider

    Add Kutt provider

    This PR adds the kutt.it provider.

    It supports custom hosts through an optional host field.

    The provider definition looks like this:

    https://github.com/vityafx/urlshortener-rs/blob/c3dd0fcc7c31659e4833cfab454c6841178d2fff/src/providers.rs#L170-L176

    Please note that I've added a headers field to the Request object, because a kutt.it request needs to have an API key header set. This somewhat overlaps with the user_agent field.

    Fixes #16

    opened by timvisee 2
  • Update reqwest requirement from 0.8 to 0.9

    Update reqwest requirement from 0.8 to 0.9

    Updates the requirements on reqwest to permit the latest version.

    Release notes

    Sourced from reqwest's releases.

    v0.9.0

    Features

    • Upgrade to tokio 0.1.
    • Upgrade to hyper 0.12.
    • Upgrade to native-tls 0.2.
    • Add ClientBuilder::danger_accept_invalid_certs(bool) to disable certificate verification.
    • Add RequestBuilder::bearer_auth(token) to ease sending bearer tokens.
    • Add headers() and headers_mut() to multipart::Part to allow sending extra headers for a specific part.
    • Moved request::unstable::async to reqwest::async.

    Fixes

    • Fix panicking when passing a Url with a file:// scheme. Instead, an Error is returned.

    Breaking Changes

    • Changed ClientBuilder::danger_disable_hostname_verification() to ClientBuilder::danger_accept_invalid_hostnames(bool).

    • Changed ClientBuilder to be a by-value builder instead of by-ref.

      For single chains of method calls, this shouldn't affect you. For code that conditionally uses the builder, this kind of change is needed:

      // Old
      let mut builder = ClientBuilder::new();
      if some_val {
          builder.gzip(false);
      }
      let client = builder.build()?;
      
      // New
      let mut builder = ClientBuilder::new();
      if some_val {
          builder = builder.gzip(false);
      }
      let client = builder.build()?;
      
    • Changed RequestBuilder to be a by-value builder of by-ref.

      See the previous note about ClientBuilder for affected code and how to change it.

    • Removed the unstable cargo-feature, and moved reqwest::unstable::async to reqwest::async.

    • Changed multipart::Part::mime() to mime_str().

    ... (truncated)
    Changelog

    Sourced from reqwest's changelog.

    v0.9.0

    Features

    • Upgrade to tokio 0.1.
    • Upgrade to hyper 0.12.
    • Upgrade to native-tls 0.2.
    • Add ClientBuilder::danger_accept_invalid_certs(bool) to disable certificate verification.
    • Add RequestBuilder::bearer_auth(token) to ease sending bearer tokens.
    • Add headers() and headers_mut() to multipart::Part to allow sending extra headers for a specific part.
    • Moved request::unstable::async to reqwest::async.

    Fixes

    • Fix panicking when passing a Url with a file:// scheme. Instead, an Error is returned.

    Breaking Changes

    • Changed ClientBuilder::danger_disable_hostname_verification() to ClientBuilder::danger_accept_invalid_hostnames(bool).

    • Changed ClientBuilder to be a by-value builder instead of by-ref.

      For single chains of method calls, this shouldn't affect you. For code that conditionally uses the builder, this kind of change is needed:

      // Old
      let mut builder = ClientBuilder::new();
      if some_val {
          builder.gzip(false);
      }
      let client = builder.build()?;
      
      // New
      let mut builder = ClientBuilder::new();
      if some_val {
          builder = builder.gzip(false);
      }
      let client = builder.build()?;
      
    • Changed RequestBuilder to be a by-value builder of by-ref.

      See the previous note about ClientBuilder for affected code and how to change it.

    • Removed the unstable cargo-feature, and moved reqwest::unstable::async to reqwest::async.

    • Changed multipart::Part::mime() to mime_str().

    ... (truncated)
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  • Update to reqwest 0.8

    Update to reqwest 0.8

    Also ran cargo fmt with the newest rustfmt-nightly.

    This is a breaking change, because the reqwest error that is returned from some functions has changed.

    opened by ParadoxSpiral 2
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  • Update reqwest requirement from 0.9 to 0.10

    Update reqwest requirement from 0.9 to 0.10

    Updates the requirements on reqwest to permit the latest version.

    Release notes

    Sourced from reqwest's releases.

    v0.10.0

    • Add std::future::Future support.

    • Add wasm32-unknown-unknown support (with fewer features).

    • Add ability to pass async Response as the body of another Request.

    • Add Body::as_bytes() method.

    • Add Response::bytes_stream() method to get body as an impl Stream.

    • Add Request::try_clone() method.

    • Change default Client API to async. The previous blocking client API is avaialble at reqwest::blocking.

    • Change to no longer send a default User-Agent header. Add one via ClientBuilder::user_agent().

    • Change to enable system/environment proxy detection by default.

    • Change default-tls feature to only include ClientBuilder options that both native-tls and rustls support.

    • Change default feature set to reduce unnecessary dependencies. Most features are disabled by default:

      • blocking: The reqwest::blocking (synchronous) client API.
      • cookies: Cookie store support.
      • gzip: Automatic response body decompression.
      • json: Request and response JSON body methods.
      • stream: futures::Stream support.
    • Change Error internal design, removing several Error::is_* inspector methods.

    • Change Redirect API:

      • Renamed types to be part of the redirect module (for example, reqwest::RedirectPolicy is now reqwest::redirect::Policy).
      • Removed loop_detected and too_many_redirect methods from redirect::Attempt, replaced with a generic error method.
      • The default policy no longer specifically looks for redirect loops (but they should be caught by the maximum limit).
    • Fix checking HTTP_PROXY environment variable if it the environment is from a CGI script.

    • Fix removal of username/password of parsed proxy URL.

    • Update url to v2.0.

    • Update hyper to v0.13.

    • Update http to v0.2.

    Changelog

    Sourced from reqwest's changelog.

    v0.10.0

    • Add std::future::Future support.

    • Add wasm32-unknown-unknown support (with fewer features).

    • Add ability to pass async Response as the body of another Request.

    • Add Body::as_bytes() method.

    • Add Response::bytes_stream() method to get body as an impl Stream.

    • Add Request::try_clone() method.

    • Change default Client API to async. The previous blocking client API is avaialble at reqwest::blocking.

    • Change to no longer send a default User-Agent header. Add one via ClientBuilder::user_agent().

    • Change to enable system/environment proxy detection by default.

    • Change default-tls feature to only include ClientBuilder options that both native-tls and rustls support.

    • Change default feature set to reduce unnecessary dependencies. Most features are disabled by default:

      • blocking: The reqwest::blocking (synchronous) client API.
      • cookies: Cookie store support.
      • gzip: Automatic response body decompression.
      • json: Request and response JSON body methods.
      • stream: futures::Stream support.
    • Change Error internal design, removing several Error::is_* inspector methods.

    • Change Redirect API:

      • Renamed types to be part of the redirect module (for example, reqwest::RedirectPolicy is now reqwest::redirect::Policy).
      • Removed loop_detected and too_many_redirect methods from redirect::Attempt, replaced with a generic error method.
      • The default policy no longer specifically looks for redirect loops (but they should be caught by the maximum limit).
    • Fix checking HTTP_PROXY environment variable if it the environment is from a CGI script.

    • Fix removal of username/password of parsed proxy URL.

    • Update url to v2.0.

    • Update hyper to v0.13.

    • Update http to v0.2.

    v0.9.19

    • Add ClientBuilder::use_sys_proxy() to enable automatic detect of HTTP proxies configured on the system.
    • Add ClientBuilder::no_proxy() to disable system proxies. This is the default for 0.9, but will change to detecting system proxies by default in 0.10.
    • Add support for streaming request bodies in the async client.
    • Add async::Response::text() that returns a Future of the full body decoded to a String.
    • Add Clone for Certificate.

    v0.9.18

    • Fix Cookie headers to no longer send as percent-encoded (instead, exactly as sent by the server).

    v0.9.17

    • Fix Cookie headers so as to not include attributes from the Set-Cookie (like HttpOnly, Secure, etc).

    v0.9.16

    ... (truncated)
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  • Update url requirement from 1 to 2

    Update url requirement from 1 to 2

    Updates the requirements on url to permit the latest version.

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    • 8cc477f Disambiguate Display::fmt calls for error types
    • 12ee459 Add FutureProof variants to ParseError and SyntaxViolation
    • 0ab166e Auto merge of #521 - servo:serde, r=SimonSapin
    • c2ff51b Optimise default string deserialization for Url
    • 171e65e Derive serde traits for Host and HostInternal
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  • Update log requirement to 0.4

    Update log requirement to 0.4

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    [0.4.2] - 2018-06-05

    Improved

    • Log invocations now generate less code.

    Fixed

    • Example Logger implementations now properly set the max log level.

    [0.4.1] - 2017-12-30

    Fixed

    • Some doc links were fixed.

    [0.4.0] - 2017-12-24

    The changes in this release include cleanup of some obscure functionality and a more robust public API designed to support bridges to other logging systems, and provide more flexibility to new features in the future.

    Compatibility

    Vast portions of the Rust ecosystem use the 0.3.x release series of log, and we don't want to force the community to go through the pain of upgrading every crate to 0.4.x at the exact same time. Along with 0.4.0, we've published a new 0.3.9 release which acts as a "shim" over 0.4.0. This will allow crates using either version to coexist without losing messages from one side or the other.

    There is one caveat - a log message generated by a crate using 0.4.x but consumed by a logging implementation using 0.3.x will not have a file name or module path. Applications affected by this can upgrade their logging implementations to one using 0.4.x to avoid losing this information. The other direction does not lose any information, fortunately!

    TL;DR Libraries should feel comfortable upgrading to 0.4.0 without treating that as a breaking change. Applications may need to update their logging implementation (e.g. env-logger) to a newer version using log 0.4.x to avoid losing module and file information.

    New

    • The crate is now no_std by default.
    • Level and LevelFilter now implement Serialize and Deserialize when the serde feature is enabled.
    • The Record and Metadata types can now be constructed by third-party code via a builder API.
    • The logger free function returns a reference to the logger implementation. This, along with the ability to construct Records, makes it possible to bridge from another logging framework to this one without digging into the private internals of the crate. The standard error! warn!, etc, macros now exclusively use the public API of the crate rather than "secret" internal APIs.
    • Log::flush has been added to allow crates to tell the logging implementation to ensure that all "in flight" log events have been persisted. This can be used, for example, just before an
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  • Let the crate to build requests without sending

    Let the crate to build requests without sending

    It would be useful for users of this crate just to have everything for requesting via their own method (not using hyper crate for example). To do this, we must add a method to the UrlShortener implementation which just returns an object which can be used for making requests by providing all the data: url, parameters, type of parameters, headers, and so on. By having this the user will be able to perform the requests as how it wants. For example, the user code may already have some hyper::Client instance, we may just use it instead of having our own client. Or, the user may have some another http-client library which he wants to use.

    This issue could be done in another way: we use some trait "NetworkSender" with method "send" which the user can implement for it network sender (hyper client or anything else). Then we write a method of UrlShortener which accepts a NetworkSender trait object and uses it for sending the request and getting response.

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  • Avoid Vec in try_generate, format with rustfmt-nightly

    Avoid Vec in try_generate, format with rustfmt-nightly

    By using a slice the user doesn't need to allocate in some cases, and all those who allocated with a vec can continue using the API via deref-coercion.

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