Which Of The Following Statements About Accessing HubDB Via Javascript Is NOT True?

  • Most GET requests only require a table ID.
  • Modifying table data requires authentication.
  • Using an API key in client side code is a bad idea.
  • As long as your Javascript is written in the CMS, it can be used to modify table data.

The correct answer is:

  • As long as your Javascript is written in the CMS, it can be used to modify table data.

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Sources: HubSpot CMS for Developers Course

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