A Minimal, SQLite-Backed URL Shortener
| Examples:
| 
| 1. Create a short link to https://duckduckgo.com
| 	$ curl -d https://duckduckgo.com https://fsh.ee
| 	https://fsh.ee/502fb5543c36014f
| 
| 2. Create a short link with a custom path
|	$ curl -d https://duckduckgo.com https://fsh.ee/ddg
| 	https://fsh.ee/ddg
| 
| 3. Deleting a short link
| 	$ TMP=$(mktemp)
| 	$ # temp file will store header
| 	$ LINK=$(curl -sS https://fsh.ee -d https://duckduckgo.com -D $TMP)
| 	$ # the link has been successfully created
| 	$ DEL=$(cat $TMP | grep -i delete-with | awk '{print$2}'| tr -d '\r')
| 	$ # deletion key is stored in 'X-Delete-With' header.
| 	$ curl $LINK
| 	<a href="https://duckduckgo.com">Permanent Redirect</a>.
| 	$ # the link is working as expected
| 	$ curl $LINK -X DELETE -d $DEL
| 	$ curl $LINK
| 	record not found
| 	$ # the link has been successfully deleted.

Please note: this is an example deployment. If you attempt to create a short link here you will receive a 401 Unauthorized. If you like the examples above and want to use this URL shortener you should self-host an instance. It's easy to do (one of the design goals). Below are instructions detailing how.

| How to self-host:
| 
| 1. Install dependencies
| 	a. The Go programming language
| 		https://golang.org/doc/install
| 	b. Git version control
| 		https://git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Getting-Started-Installing-Git
| 
| 	* On FreeBSD this would be: 
| 		$ pkg install -y go git 
| 
| 2. Fetch, complile, and execute the source code
| 	$ env GO111MODULE=off go get git.fsh.ee/i/link
| 	$ env GO111MODULE=off go run git.fsh.ee/i/link -url https://your.domain.com -port 8080 -db /path/to/sqlite/file -seed secret
| 
| * The server is now running on localhost at port 8080.
| * If the SQLite database at this filepath does not exist it will be created.
| * All logging will be printed to standard error and standard output.