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YOURLS is a set of PHP script that will allow you to run your own URL shortener, a la TinyURL/bit.ly You can make it private or publi. It provides wicked stats and analytics. There's an API. There are plugins. It's available in several languages. It's free.
GenomeView is a genome browser and annotation editor that displays reference sequence, annotation, multiple alignments, short read alignments and graphs. Most major data formats are supported. Local and internet files can be loaded.
Casimir is a simple to install and use URL shortener, that let the user set the short URL he wants. It only needs PHP and MySQL to run.
URL Shortener is a Django application to shorten your long URLs. It includes multilingual support (i18n).
xav.cc is an open-source URL shortening service, built on the PHP framework Symfony. The url shortener itself is available as the "sfDoctrineShortUrlPlugin" plugin for Symfony, and xav.cc adds some functionnalities : an api, an administration backend, etc.
Short URL Creator is an application for the creation of tiny url, very useful in microblogging services like twitter, the app uses the sevices of TinyURL, TinyArro.ws, Bit.ly, kissa.be, Is.gd, tr.im, Cort.as, u.nu and Karmacracy. It's developed in C# using the .NET Framework 4
SMSPPP provides us with a tool to send SMS (Short Messages) using our Windows Mobile device (functioning as Mobile Phone). The tool is composed by a server software (to be installed on the PocketPC side) and a client software, that is a Microsoft Outlook 2007 Add-in.
A small collection of useful classes to further bridge the gap between primitives and objects in Java. Although Apache commons primitives does address some needs, other important areas are neglected. This project aims to provide a comprensive collection.
ShortUr is a utility that allows long, convoluted URLs to be accessed by short, meaningful URLs on your site. Shortur requires PHP, MySQL and mod_rewrite. This project exists due to the generosity of Columbia College Chicago.