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Dec
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accepted Is it a good practice to separate lower level code from ReactiveX
Nov
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asked Is it a good practice to separate lower level code from ReactiveX
Nov
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accepted Why would a Rest Api demand a hash of the parameters?
Nov
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comment Why would a Rest Api demand a hash of the parameters?
I do know what salting is, or let's say I have an idea ;). You were absolutely right though, they do NOT demand the api key as a parameter to the request, it is only used to produce the hash (together with the other parameters).
Nov
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comment Why would a Rest Api demand a hash of the parameters?
@WarrenP They do demand the usage of an API token but also demand it as a query parameter. What additional security could be gained by the mechanism you described?
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asked Why would a Rest Api demand a hash of the parameters?
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accepted How is this pattern called?
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comment How is this pattern called?
@Wilbert Exactly. The definition of overloading does not require the forwarding, but simply two or methods of the same name with a different set of parameters.
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