Rate limiting is used to prevent abuse or excessive usage of an API, and ensure that the API remains available for all users.
Max 10 requests in 10 seconds per project can be made.
X-RateLimit headers are used to indicate the limit of requests that a client can make to an API.
The X-RateLimit headers include the following information:
x-ratelimit-limit: The maximum number of requests a client can make in a given period.
x-ratelimit-remaining: The number of remaining requests a client can make before hitting the limit.
Exceeding the limit
After the limit is exceeded, the following response will be returned:
< HTTP/2 429
< content-type: application/json
"message": "You have reached the limit of allowed attempts"