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IP Address Tracker (jQuery & Sass

@cganzon

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Cezar Ganzon’s questions for the community

This was a very fun challenge and a great refresher on using jQuery. This was also my first time using Sass, so I'm not sure if I went about incorporating it well or used best practices/conventions.

Since this is a client-side app, I had to leave the geolocation API key exposed in the github repo. I've done some research and it looks like there isn't a way to hide the key safely in client side javascript, but luckily it seems like this key doesn't contain any personal sensitive information. I may try to remake this project using Node.js in order to hide the key better, but I will leave it as is for now.

Any feedback is greatly appreciated and if you know of a viable way to hide API keys on the client-side, please let me know. Thanks!

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