Klip: Kutt like it's perfect
Klip is a fork of the modern URL shortener known as Kutt, with support for custom domains. Shorten URLs, manage your links and view the click rate statistics.
Contributions and bug reports are welcome.
Migration from v1
If you're coming from v1, refer to MIGRATION.md to migrate data from Neo4j to PostgreSQL.
Table of Contents
- Free and open source.
- Custom domain support.
- Custom URLs for shortened links
- Setting password for links.
- Private statistics for shortened URLs.
- View and manage your links.
- RESTful API.
- Node (Web server)
- Express (Web server framework)
- Passport (Authentication)
- React (UI library)
- Next (Universal/server-side rendered React)
- Easy Peasy (State management)
- styled-components (CSS styling solution library)
- Recharts (Chart library)
- PostgreSQL (database)
- Redis (Cache layer)
You need to have Node.js, PostgreSQL and Redis installed.
- Clone this repository.
.env and fill it properly.
- Install dependencies:
- Run for development:
npm run dev.
- Run for production:
npm run build then
You can use Docker to start the app. The simplest way is to just run
docker-compose up command and then the app should be ready on port "3000".
Kutt's extensions for web browsers stil work with Klip! Download them via the below links. You can also find the source code at kutt-extension.
Visit API v2 documentation on docs.kutt.it
You can use Kutt as your default URL shortener in ShareX. If you host your custom instance of Kutt, refer to ShareX wiki on how to setup.
Download Kutt's official workflow for Alfred app from alfred-kutt repository.
3rd Party packages
||.NET package for Kutt.it url shortener
||Command-line client for Kutt written in Python
||Kutt library written in Ruby
||URL shortener library written in Rust
||Command line tool written in Rust
||Node.js client for Kutt.it url shortener
||Visual Studio Code extention for Kutt
||A Cross platform Java desktop application for Kutt
||Go client for Kutt.it url shortener
Pull requests are welcome. You'll probably find lots of improvements to be made.
Open issues for feedback, requesting features, reporting bugs or discussing ideas.
Special thanks to Thomas and Muthu. Logo design by Muthu.