I am developing a mobile app for the Tempest users and I want to offer them the best user experience. Therefore I don’t want to accidentally hit the max rate limit. I’ve read from the API guide:
generous rate/volume limits (enough for personal use and small-scale apps)
Could it be a bit more specific on how much that actually means (generousity is a very subjective notion )?
In similar applications, there are usually different kind of rate limits:
- sustained account API rate (for a given access token, user generated or generated by a third-party application) → xx requests/hour
- peak account API rate → xx requests/sec
- sustained application API rate (in case we use an third-party application to create tokens) → xx requests/hour
- peak application API rate → xx requests/sec
Does anyone know how this actually work in the case of the tempest API?