Scaling your API with rate limiters
An API is usually used in a stateless manner, so it’s more difficult to protect from rate limiting. In a normal web app, we will have user session and a CSRF token check before it’s executed. With an API, it is a bit different, a client can misbehave and send lots of unwanted requests, for instance. In this post, Stripe shares how they do their API rate limiting.
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