Wrapulous is a simple link shortening and click tracking API. The API requires an API key and uses HTTP basic authentication for use. Using the Wrapulous API, developers can make GET and POST HTTP requests in order to shorten a link, return link event statistics, create a new account, return a specific link with an inputted tag, and return all shortened links that have been created with an account with specifications available for return limits and sorting options. The API is well documented and returns JSON serialized data. Wrapulous is maintained by Nicholas Rempel and is open sourced on GitHub.
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