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URL Shortener Microservice
and deploy it to Glitch.
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Here are the specific user stories you should implement for this project:
I can pass a URL as a parameter and I will receive a shortened URL in the JSON response.
If I pass an invalid URL that doesn't follow the valid http://www.example.com format, the JSON response will contain an error instead.
When I visit that shortened URL, it will redirect me to my original link.
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