steego link

Steego Link

Steego is a URL organizing website. Steego allows to save single and multiple links. Single links result in a URL redirect while saving multiple links can result in an orderly list of links.

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📖 BooksJS or books.js is an open-source JavaScript library for building interactive book previews on the web. The code is licensed under the MIT License.

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Portluv is a portfolio sharing app, I made this because I feel I needed a platform to share my designs. It can be integrated with LinkedIn.

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