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re: Pretty cool. A general note, though, storing an API key in your code is generally bad practice because it's likely to end up in your repo, which ev...
 

Thank you for the comment yeah I agree with you. With Netlify you don’t need to store the environment variables in your repo, all you need to do is add them to your deploy tab and Netlify will get them for you so no need to add them on your repo 😄

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