Hashids Connector
Stable Version 1.0.0
Published on 5 Jan by 
Created on 5 Jan
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Hashids is a small open-source library that generates short, unique, non-sequential ids from numbers. It converts numbers like 347 into strings like “yr8”, or array of numbers like [27, 986] into “3kTMd”. You can also decode those ids back. This is useful in bundling several parameters into one or simply using them as short UIDs. http://hashids.org/
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Hashids is a small open-source library that generates short, unique, non-sequential ids from numbers.


It converts numbers like 347 into strings like “yr8”, or array of numbers like [27, 986] into “3kTMd”.


You can also decode those ids back. This is useful in bundling several parameters into one or simply using them as short UIDs.


http://hashids.org/

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10.0.0.402
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.NET
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