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I've been writing a script that requires a link shortener in it. It runs locally, and Chrome can't use AJAX/JSON locally, so I need to be able to go to link.shortener/link-to.shorten and then it automatically shortens the link. Are there any web shorteners that work like this?

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There are a couple:

Just remember that most of these services aren't monetised and tend to disappear, rendering the links useless. Of the 8 or so services that advertised using GET, these are the only two that still work.

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