Learning Android Development

Keep your keys outside Manifest and Gradle

Enable your keys not checked into your git repo

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Often, we’ll need API keys for our App, e.g. Fabric, Facebook, GoogleMap, etc. Even if you don’t use those keys, if you automate your Release Build signing, you probably have your password in your Gradle. If you store them in your git repo…




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