Privacy Policy

You can read this Privacy Policy to learn how we collects, uses, and shares your personal information.

Your information will only be used or shared in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

Libraries that are open source

We uses open-source libraries, which we are not the owner of, and any such libraries may have their own copyright policies. Compliance with the same is the user’s responsibility. Our team will be happy to start following the standard/copywriting if we have used any of your libraries that don’t follow it.

Cookie information

A unique anonymous identifier is often included in cookies, which are small, self-contained files that contain a tiny amount of data. A cookie is a small piece of information that is sent to your browser by a website and stored on your computer’s hard drive.

Specifically, our website uses cookies on its websites in order to enhance the user experience by remembering the user’s preferences. It is possible to tell your browser to reject all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent to you.

Data Storage Policy

It is important to note that we do not store any data unless the user decides to save it online. The vast majority of our tools do all their processing on the browser using JavaScript. The data traverses between the server and the client when the URL is loaded, or a file is uploaded, but we don’t store any of this information.

In the unlikely event that any code or data is found to be offensive, damaging, spam, or for any other reason, it may be removed without warning (for any reason).

Saved Data is not subject to any license restrictions
It is possible for Google to index public data. It is therefore recommended that you log in before saving any data in order to keep it private.

Ensure that passwords, keys, actual production data, and confidential information are not saved on your computer. 

Protecting the data

Although we take measures to ensure the security of your Personal Information, please remember that no method of transmitting information over the Internet, and no method of storing such information electronically, can be guaranteed to be 100% safe.

Our website is secured by Cloudflare. If a user accesses it or other sites on the Internet using CloudFlare, CloudFlare collects non-personal information about them.

Examples of such logs would include the browser’s name, the type of computer, and technical information about how the user connected to the site, like the operating system and Internet service provider, used.

Information about children and the Children’s Privacy Act:

It is another priority of ours to ensure the safety of children while using the Internet. Parents and guardians must observe, participate, monitor, and guide their children online to ensure their safety.

We will never collect Personal Identifiable Information from users under the age of 13.

Our website strongly encourages you to contact us immediately if your child provides this information. Such information will be promptly removed from our records.

A look at traffic analytics

Our website is monitored and analyzed by Google Analytics. A wide range of information is used to guide resources, plan maintenance windows, and enhance the usability of the website.

A local Google advertising network can contextualize and personalize the ads that are displayed to you based on the data they collect from you.

We use Google as a third-party vendor. DART cookies allow us to serve ads based on visitors’ visits to our and other websites. Google’s privacy policies can be accessed at this link – – if visitors wish to decline DART cookies.
The following link will give you more information regarding how you can opt-out of personalized ads:

Privacy Policy Changes

Our Privacy Policy may be updated from time to time. If we make any changes, we will post the new Privacy Policy here.

It is recommended that you review this Privacy Policy periodically for any changes. If we make any changes to this policy, we will post them here as soon as they become effective.