The Pace Software API enforces rate limits to ensure fair usage and maintain the stability of the platform. These limits are designed to prevent excessive requests and protect the API from potential abuse.
While specific rate limits for the API have not been finalized, they will be defined based on various factors such as user roles, subscription plans, and the type of API endpoints being accessed. Our team is currently working on defining these limits, and more information will be provided in the near future.
In the meantime, please keep the following general guidelines in mind while using the Pace Software API:
- Optimize your requests: Minimize the number of API calls you make by batching requests, caching results, and using webhooks or callbacks when available.
- Handle rate limit errors: Your application should be prepared to handle HTTP 429 (Too Many Requests) errors gracefully. When you encounter a rate limit error, wait for the specified time before making additional requests.
- Monitor your usage: Keep track of your API usage to ensure that you stay within the allowed rate limits. This can help you identify potential issues or bottlenecks in your integration.
Once the specific rate limits are available, we will update this section with detailed information, including request quotas, time windows, and any applicable restrictions. We appreciate your understanding and patience as we work to finalize these details.
For any questions or concerns regarding rate limits and usage, please refer to the "Community and Support" section of this documentation for support options and resources.