Hi, I was hoping to find out what the respective json response would be in the case of reaching your limit. This is important because it's an example of what an API request could return without any given notice.
Maybe this could also be added into the http://developer.rottentomatoes.com/iodocs page? I found that really useful and was a tad disappointed that I didn't find it there. Thanks!
Message edited by Pluto 11 months ago
11 months ago
Also for future reference, is there a way to edit messages in here? I made two mistakes in my last post and couldn't figure out how to do it... I do see the "Message edited by Pluto 3 minutes ago" part, but nothing else.
11 months ago
You are right, the documentation is sorely missing this useful bit of information. In the meanwhile, here is the result when you are overquota. The headers are shown first as well as the json response (line 11):
Thank you so much, from seeing how responsive you are with Flixster API related questions, you're great! Plus the API's are so easy to use, it made my task amazingly simple.
The only two gripes I have are that I wished I could look up info about specific actors/actresses by ID (for example find other movies they're in) as well as have poster image links in the cast info results, and get reviews by the audience (right now we can only get 2/3 of the available ones on Rotten Tomatoes which are just snippets).
PS: I saw that deleted post ;) Kinda creepy I can also view your moderation history from your profile lol...
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