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Google Maps API key
Kevin Korte28,148 Points
Personally, I'd put each of the clients on their own account and API key. If you put too many one API you could easily tap over the request limit, plus I wouldn't want my API key to be left in code that somebody else could than later down the road see and or use.
Thanks a lot