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Appwrite

appwrite.io

Version: 0.9.3


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Description

Appwrite backend as a service cuts up to 70% of the time and costs required for building a modern application. We abstract and simplify common development tasks behind a REST APIs, to help you develop your app in a fast and secure way. For full API documentation and tutorials go to https://appwrite.io/docs

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Appwrite

Appwrite backend as a service cuts up to 70% of the time and costs required for building a modern application. We abstract and simplify common development tasks behind a REST APIs, to help you develop your app in a fast and secure way. For full API documentation and tutorials go to https://appwrite.io/docs

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The Shorten.rest API allows you to programmatically create short URLs (an 'alias') for longer URL (a 'destination').
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