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No, it should definitely not be in code. This means if you use source control it will be commited to the repository where anyone with access can see it. If it is in a config then you can ignore the config file. You also normally want to have test environment keys vs production keys. With a config it's possible that none of the developers working on the ...


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I understand you are trying to solve two key problems here Syncing configuration files to between two locations Deploying applications from development to production. To answer your first question: There a number of sync tools that are available you can use to sync a bunch of directories to across multiple systems my favorite is rsync. ...



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