The push toward performance often brings more logic, including business rules and proprietary calculations, to the front end. And as with anything, this has the potential to add exposure to prying eyes. Moreover, today’s companies are more directly engaging with developers beyond just publishing a public API. For example, many publish public code repositories, yet still want to protect some IP. And in other cases, security and/or compliance initiatives may require enhanced IP protection within parts of an organization.
The Need for Obfuscation
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