Is your Java SDK fully threadsafe? Additionally, is there Javadoc hanging around somewhere so that I can get a fuller idea of what's available to me?
If you initialize Cloudinary objects per thread, it should be thread safe.
We have full documentation available at: http://cloudinary.com/documentation/java_integration
In addition, javadoc jar available for download at: http://search.maven.org/#search%7Cga%7C1%7Ca%3A%22cloudinary%22
Well, if I instantiate a separate object in every thread, it's rather trivially threadsafe, isn't it? I'm building a REST API which consumes Cloudinary information, and verifies via the API. I'd gain a significant amount of speed by initializing it in the static initializer, and allowing each thread to perform its own calls to the API on the same object. So, are the Cloudinary Objects thread safe, or is concurrent access to an Object dangerous?
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