Trello API Limits, 5 Best Practices to Avoid Rate Limiting
Third-party APIs like the Trello API can make life easier for developers and their organizations in many ways. For instance, teams that use Trello can make use of the API to automate repetitive tasks like adding new members to boards. It’s even possible for developers to use such APIs to add new features to their own applications. However, usually, public API services like the Trello API have request limits. The purpose of API rate limiting is to prevent users from overloading and crashing the service. Because of this, when you’re using an API from a third party like Trello, it’s important to have knowledge of its limits and how to safely work within the limits. In this post from Pius Aboyi on Fusebit’s blog, we’ll be sharing best practices for avoiding rate limits in the Trello API.
Using the Google Calendar API in React.js, An In-Depth Guide
Google Calendar API is one of the most powerful calendar APIs on the market today, and it has a plethora of features. It’s hard for a developer to understand all of them, and it’s even more difficult for a developer to implement them all in a React.js application. This post is a comprehensive step-by-step guide for the Google Calendar API in React.js. It will cover the different aspects of the Google Calendar API and show you how to use them with React.js. We’ll build a simple React app that uses Google Calendar API and that lists and adds events to your calendar. Dive in with this post from Keshav Malik on Fusebit’s blog.