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Congrats! :)

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21 :)

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Philo01 Reviewer says

Congrats! :)

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Congrats! :)

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This should help you get started ;) Although the article examples are written in PHP , the structure applies to almost every language. http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/html-css-techniques/top-15-best-practices-for-writing-super-readable-code/
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Congrats! :)

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Don’t forget that your API key could be blocked for a few hours if you make to many requests within a short amount of time. ;) So it’s recommended to always cache if you are running your app in a public environment.
does this also apply to the public API ?

I think it does, but I’m not entirely sure of it.



Don’t forget that your API key could be blocked for a few hours if you make to many requests within a short amount of time. ;) So it’s recommended to always cache if you are running your app in a public environment.
I see, I’m caching it for now, and I’ll soon store this in a database. But my question is, if I have some changes to my account or some changes globally, how would I see that if I’ve cached the info and I won’t make a request each time I’m using my app ? I’m talking about not more than a request in a minute or five.

I always cache the information in the database and save the time and date when it has been cached. Every time a user logs into my app it checks how old the cache is. If it’s older then 2 hours for example it will refresh the cache.

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http://www.rescuetime.com/ :)

Keeps track of everything you do, so at the end of the day you can see how much time you wasted on useless things ;) Start the focus timer and you won’t be able to visit websites that are distracting like Facebook :P

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Philo01 Reviewer says

Congrats! :)

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Philo01 Reviewer says

Don’t forget that your API key could be blocked for a few hours if you make to many requests within a short amount of time. ;) So it’s recommended to always cache if you are running your app in a public environment.

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