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comment Integrating a mobile website into a mobile app
Modern standards? Throw away classic ASP.
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comment Efficient mixing of sync and async methods within a single method?
@Euphoric: Should I bother awaiting my last call? What would happen if I didn't and it threw? Would it be any different as it is currently?
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accepted Strategy for keeping secret info such as API keys out of source control?
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comment Strategy for keeping secret info such as API keys out of source control?
@Marek: They aren't. Which worked out for me in the end, as I've found it's nearly impossible to accomplish this with my stack :/
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comment Strategy for keeping secret info such as API keys out of source control?
Dude, you can't unencrypt (easily) a hash. That's the whole point of hashes. This is for ME consuming somebody else's API, where they assign ME a secret key. My hashing it ensures (unless I choose a poor algo and crack it every time) that I can't use their API.