BitlyDotNET is a 3rd party .NET wrapper for the Bit.ly API. The client library can be used to shorten URLs with the API. Currently on version 0.0.6, the library is not officially supported by Bit.ly but is endorsed for use on their developer site.
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.
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).
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?