Usually, when you make calls to the Curlec APIs, there will be a large volume of responses. You can paginate the results to ensure that these responses are easier to handle.
If you want to get information on all the payments received from customers, the result could be a massive response with hundreds of payments.
Use a combination of the query parameters given below to receive a specific number of records in the API response.
integer Timestamp, in Unix, after which the entities are created.
integer Timestamp, in Unix, before which the entities are created.
integer Number of entities to fetch. Default is 10. This can be used for pagination, in combination with
integer Number of entities to skip. Default is 0. This can be used for pagination, in combination with
Curlec uses a request Rate Limiter to limit the number of requests received by the API within a time frame. Rate Limiter helps maintain system stability during heavy traffic loads.
- While integrating with any APIs, watch for HTTP status code 429 and build the retry mechanism based on the requirement.
- Use an Exponential backoff/stepped backoff strategy to reduce request volume and stay within the limit.
- Add some randomisation within the backoff schedule to avoid the .