I am new to SyncFusion and I am setting up licensing in our project. I am using the Syncfusion Presenation Nuget packages. I downloaded a license key and am able to successfully use the following, per the documentation.
What I am wondering is if it's really OK to have the license key in my source code. Our repo is not public, but If someone were to use something like ILSpy on our code, could they theoretically steal/use our key?
JMJeyaseelan M Syncfusion Team November 14, 2022 12:01 PM UTC
You can generate a license key from your account and register directly
into the source code. We currently don’t have an option to hide the license
keys which is registered in the project. We have implemented this licensing
(key) validation system to avoid using our products inadvertently.
So, you can proceed to publish your code to GitHub with our license
got our license key without Syncfusion account, he couldn’t be able to contact
us for any technical support or for any updates.