Every call to the API sends three return headers informing the rate limit. These limits vary based on whether the call is a
GET or not and whether the call is authenticated or not.
Authenticated requests are limited on a per-token basis. Uauthenticated calls (no valid token is used) are limited based on the IP address used.
If a limit is hit, you must wait 600 seconds before attempting again. The API will return an object with the seconds remaining in
meta.retry_in, until it resets.
Here are the three return headers:
The number of hits to the attempted authentication and method combination allowed before a reset. These are the associated limits:
The total number of hits to the attempted authentication and method combination available before the next reset.
Seconds remaining before a reset.
GETrequests: 60 seconds
GETrequests: 3600 seconds
DELETE: 60 seconds