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Michael Morin

Creating a URL Shortener in Rails

By February 5, 2013

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The following is a complete guide to developing, styling and deploying a URL shortener service (a la TinyURL.com or bit.ly) in Ruby on Rails 3.  Implementation of this (rather simple) web application, styling with CSS and deploying to Heroku will be covered.  So read on for the 5-part series.

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