example-zeit-now-dotenv - Using dotenv with https://zeit.co/now

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You have an app with secrets like database passwords and API keys. You're being responsible by storing that config in the environment (process.env). Because now follows the same rules as npm publish for deploys, your .env file will not be included in the deploy. To fix this, create a .npmignore file that explicitly states to include your .env file.



dotenv : 2.0.0



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