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Get Link!

An image hosting based on Qiniu Cloud, it's for person who wants to use own space quickly.

👉 Homepage

👉 Chrome Extension

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Public bucket

Currently, the public bucket is ONLY avaliable for testing, there's no reliability assurance, we have set the strict referer rules and may empty the bucket optionally.

You can check on Use Default Server in settings for activating the public bucket, of course, it's checked on by default.

Private bucket

If you want to use your own bucket, there's the quick way:

  • Register a Qiniu account
  • Deploy a server for generating uptoken
  • Setting the AuthKey in settings

The most important task is to deploy your own server, here is what I deployed written in Node. You can write one in any language via Qiniu Docs if you like (The URL API should be the same).

If you deploy with the server I provide, take care of the following params:

var AUTH_KEY = process.env.AUTH_KEY || '<AUTH_KEY>'

var qiniu = {
    accessKey: process.env.ACCESS_KEY || '<ACCESS_KEY>',
    secretKey: process.env.SECRET_KEY || '<SECRET_KEY>',
    bucket: process.env.BUCKET || '<BUCKET>',
    domain: process.env.DOMAIN || '<DOMAIN>',
};

Remember AUTH_KEY and the domain of your server (eg: https://your.server.com/uptoken), they will be set in settings.

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