I just created an API key for using with my site, the map is going to just show where the company it's placed.  But somehow the map is loaded and then it self refreshed and shows the ExpiredKeyMapError in the js console.  Have you got any idea wh...
I have created an api and I want to have some control over who uses it, how often etc. I want to have an API key strategy so that the users must provide the key in order to use the API. However i don't know how to implement it. The users are regi...
Recently Google changed it's policy on the use API keys. You're now supposed to no longer need an API key to place Google Maps on your website.   And this worked perfectly. But now I have this map (without API key) running on my localhost, wh...
I have some web services, written in node js and express. I want to use api key based service.  Suppose I currently have a web service "getRooms".  app.get('/getRooms/', function (req, res) {     'use strict';     N.API.getRoo...
I am trying to use  apiGoogle Node.js client library to access the Google Drive API so I can upload some files to my drive account.   My code so far:  var drive = google.drive({ version: 'v3' }); drive.apiKey = "API_KEY" drive.setScop...
I'm working on an application that uses imgur as hosting service and I'll be uploading images to imgur using javascript. But that means I have to put the client id in my code so everyone will be able to see my client id when they look at the...
I'm running Geocoding with that code, what works perfect: $url = 'http://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/geocode/json?address=' . $address . '&sensor=false';  Problem is, it only runs with a few addresses (about 200) and then it...
I have written a weather app by using API of openweathermap (free account) in React. I have used fetch in componentDidMount like this.  async componentDidMount()   {     const url1 = "https://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/weather?units=metric&a...
I am trying to create a site where I will consume a web-api and display "users" on the site. I have an API-key that I have to put in the header as "x-api-key".  This is my code at the moment:   import React, { Component } from 're...
I'm trying to access my Jenkins build though the api however am unsure whether it is possible to do with a straight forward URL.  I've basically built a local website in which I have something like:  var jsonAPI = "http://jenkinsurl.com/b...

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