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Have you ever gone to a public swimming pool and noticed a sign stating the maximum occupancy limit? Those limits were put in place to ensure public safety. APIs use a similar criterion, called a “rate limit,” to ensure the safety of the API’s consumers and the API itself.

They can protect you against slow performance and denial-of-service (DoS) attacks, allow for scalability, and improve the overall user experience.

You need rate limits because, at the end of the day, you can’t provide your users with the best possible experience if your API isn’t functioning properly. Here’s how to put rate limits to work…

Read our full article in Techbeacon on handling rate limits in your application here.



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