Sharing short code samples, logs, links or markdown notes is now easier than ever!
The easiest way to use dogbin, is from inside your browser. Type or paste your content
into the text area on the homepage (
ctrl + n), save it (
ctrl + s) and copy the link.
You can now share this link with whoever you want.
If you want to create a short url from a link, simply paste the link in the text field. You can now copy the resulting link and it will automatically redirect everyone.
You can edit your documents by clicking the edit button (or
ctrl + e).
When you create your first document we will automatically create an (anonymous) account for you, so you will be able to edit your documents for as long as you keep our cookie. If you want a more permanent way to keep your pastes and edit them from multiple devices you can create an account. Pastes which you created before signing up will be automatically transferred to your account.
If you want to use a custom slug (the part after
del.dog/) you can do so by entering
your desired url in the
Custom URL field.
There is no explicit expiration time for documents on dogbin. Documents may however be removed at any time without notice.
Using from the command line
You can easily use dogbin from the command line with our official command line client inu.
The basic dogbin api is an extension of the hastebin API. Extensions include the ability to
specify a custom slug, and the
A more complete documentation and a full rest API (allowing for custom frontends) will be available soon.
Please note that all documents are currently indexable by search engines.
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dogbin is fully open source and built on open source technology. All sources can be found on GitHub. You can easily deploy it yourself wherever you want.
News and Updates
You can join our Telegram Channel to get updates on maintenance and new features.
I'm running dogbin in my free time, and unfortunately servers aren't free. The traffic and required storage is continuously increasing (and thus also server cost). You can financially support me via GitHub Sponsors, Liberapay or PayPal.
You can contact deletescape here.