I think I answered a next js secret problem before. You can’t really get secrets to work, because quote google:
Next. js is a front-end framework
Anything front-end can not access secrets because any users would be able to access it.
Yeah, this is a well-known limitation, but perhaps it’s possible using getServerSideProps?
You shouldn’t put secrets in front-end code. Perhaps create a backend with Python or Node.js?
If you used it like that it would not be “secret” anymore.
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