Private Api's contain a random value in the url format,
making them harder go guess by default. The random value
will be generated whenever the App is installed on a server.
This means that the URL will not be the same on any server,
but will remain the same throughout the lifecycle of an App
including updates. As a result, if a user uninstalls the App
and reinstalls the App, then the random value will change.
A public Api has a fixed format for a url. Using it enables an
easy to remember structure, however, it also means the url is
intelligently guessed. As a result, we recommend having some
sort of security setup if you must have a public api.Whether
you use the provided security, ApiSecurity, or implement your own.
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