PHP Tiny URL: Create short URLs storing them in a MySQL database

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This class can create short URLs storing them in a MySQL database.

It can create a short URL and store the short code and the long URL in a MySQL database.

The class can also expand the short URL and redirect to the long URL page.

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Tiny URL with PHP

Generate Tiny URL with PHP and Redirect to the Origional URL.

Developed By :

Bharat Parmar

Version :

1.0

Requirements :

1) PHP Version : 3.0 and above

File Structure :

1) example.php : Example Script file

2) index.php : This file will redirect to the Origional Long URL.

3) class/Tinyurl.class.php : Main Class file which includes methods for the Script.

4) database.sql : Database Structure for the script.

How to Use :

1) Set Your Site URL (Application URL) in the class/Tinyurl.class.php file ($this->SiteURL)

2) Set Your Database Connection in the DBConnection Method

3) Now you can created unlimited Tiny URL from example.php file.

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database.sql Data Database File
example.php Example Example Script
index.php Example Example Script
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