Author: Manuel Lemos
Package: Encurtador URL MongoDB
That may help to encourage users to share URLs just by typing them, as they need to type less characters to share the same URL that often may be very long.
This package provides a URL shortner solution that uses MongoDB, thus making it more feasible to scale a solution that can be used to share many more URLs using less resources from servers running PHP, than it would by using more traditional databases.
About the Encurtador URL MongoDB Package
The package Encurtador URL MongoDB is one of the few PHP packages that was considered notable recently because it does something that is worth paying attention.
The basic purpose is: PHP URL shortener that stores URLs in MongoDB
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This package implements a PHP URL shortener application that stores URLs in MongoDB.
It provides an application that uses the model-view-controller design pattern to implement several types of actions the URL shortener application.
Currently it implements several actions like to store and retrieve information about short URLs stored in the MongoDB database:
- Create a short URL
- Retrieve the last short URLs that were accessed
- Get the details about a specific URL
- Update the statistics about the accesses to a given URL
The Encurtador URL MongoDB can be downloaded from download page or be installed using the PHP Composer tool following instructions in the Composer install instructions page.
This package was considered notable for implementing its benefits in a way that is worth noticing.
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