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I'd say no, don't put this in your code if putting it in your code means that when the application starts up it detects that it needs to seed the DB and does it. There are a few reasons for this (some will be similar or the same as what Alpha has provided): As I understand this, it needs to run exactly once in production. Having this procedure in your ...


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Is this something developers can test for? (Emulate server load) Only somewhat. They can emulate load, but emulated load is not real. The rate, latency, and diversity of the traffic will all vary. The servers being targets will vary. The level of malicious code (people trying to hack/bot/flood/etc) will likely be less. And for something as large as Pokemon ...


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Putting an app on a public store shows that app to the public. This gives you a whole load of marketing problems about how it should be displayed, what licence should be used etc. Also even if the app is non functional for other users it may reveal some comerically significant information through the UI design for example. I would go with a side loading ...



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