This Bit.ly Python library by Yoav Aviram wraps the interface of the API to shorten, share, and track URLs. To build, developers can install the dependencies and download an updated library. To test, users can run as a module alone. Available guides to access the code and use the API. Under MIT license.
Twitter recently announced what developers have been expecting since at least its Chirp conference. Links posted to Twitter will soon be passed through the company's own link shortener, t.co. It could be bad news for other services built to fill the link shortening need, such as Bit.ly (our Bit.ly API profile).
Facebook hosted a develop conference in San Francisco Wednesday, its first such effort in three years. The event included not only new user-facing features in the giant social network, but a range of initiatives that should entice developers to look at Facebook with a new pair of money-tinted glasses.