JWT "no-brainer" choice is for any UI app which will need to
authenticate user as well any API calls which require authorization on
the API not just authentication.
Both API key and JWT can provide authentication and authorization. API key is on project scope and JWT is on user scope.
API keys are considered to be vulnerable to man-in-the-middle ...
In Nginx plus configuration you have something like
# IP where the upstream API is hosted
# authentication related settings
proxy_pass # The IP defined in upstream block
The location block specifies that any requests to URLs beginning with your ...
Best practice to seperate Definition from Implementation would be to have a project just containing your interfaces, your domain-model and domain-logic. And then other projects implementing he interfaces with whatever dependency they have.
In your case, having an "Adapter" that translates one datatype (API) to another (Database) you have to use an ...
As you discovered, you'll have to have some degree of code duplication with respect to the class definitions. Once you start getting logic involved, though, I recommend that you write that logic in the C++ part of your codebase and compile it into a native DLL (not a managed DLL).
Native DLLs have the advantage of being accessible from almost every language ...
First let's clarify on the term "priority", for example consult Wikipedia:
Prioritization is an action that arranges items or activities in order of importance.
The intuitive understanding is based on context and experience
Here giving the context of priority usage as arranging items. Semantically connected to the concept of order which can be ...