Filip Troníček

A little bit weird 14 year old who loves web development and Python

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Interclip 3.0

Published Aug 11, 2019

Soooo... I was really excited for this release, mainly because a lot of people I talked to said it is a great idea and that they would use it. The problem with storing the URL into a plain text file accessible to everyone (besides f-ing security) is, that if for every user there was a text file (each just under 50B) would be a very bandwidth and storage hungry action. So I went through the hassle of doing all the PHP-MySQL crazy $("hit") and made the database. Then I went through a couple of fullscreen form and text designs on CodePen:

After that I figured out that the code that is used to access the urls from the database should be 5 digit base 36 strings, so that makes about 60 466 176 combinations - and I want to make a cron script, that deletes all the codes after a week in the next major release.

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