OAuth tokens are the de facto standard for granting apps and devices restricted access to online accounts without sharing passwords and with a limited set of privileges.

For example, you can use an OAuth token to only allow an app to read your Twitter timeline, while preventing it from changing your settings or posting on your behalf.

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NGINX Unit is dynamically configured using a REST API

There is no static configuration file. All configuration changes happen directly in memory. Configuration changes take effect without requir...