The Bit.ly Java library by Finn Johnsen interacts with the API functionalities of bit.ly, the URL shortener. It uses BitlyAndroid.java and no external jar. Just like this library, bit.ly offers additional development tools in more languages. Not supported by bit.ly, but useful to interact with the API.
Hey there, bit.ly. You've been garnering your share of praise--and jealous criticism--lately. It's barely past your first birthday and you've raised a few million in venture capital and are going steady with Twitter, one of the hottest sites of the moment. Your competitors publicly proclaim you as unbeatable. What's your secret, bit.ly?
Link shortening is no longer just something you do to fit into tweets or keep emails from wrapping. For many, especially those in marketing, it's also a great way to track clicks as their content gets spread across the web. BudURL keeps its focus on fulfilling the link shortening needs of businesses. And now it's added a professional version with custom URLs, analytics and a BudURL.Pro API to access it all.
One of the greater pains mobile developers experience is trying to more closely relate native iOS apps. In this article, we compare and contrast three platforms--Facebook AppLinks, UseButton's Deep Linking SDK and Tapstream's Deferred Linking--that enable deep linking for iOS.