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How can I implement a method to call the SE API that handles backoff correctly?

I think a simple singleton that keeps track of the backoff should be enough. I assume you do use the fetch API or any other async capable module. But the approach is also feasible with just Promises ...
rene's user avatar
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Collectives Articles endpoint broken

The endpoint was for Stack Overflow for Teams and the Articles feature within that product. It returned Collectives Articles as an unintended side effect. When Teams moved over to a separate API, this ...
Berthold's user avatar
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2 votes
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How to revoke an access token generated for my application?

Access tokens should never be shared. Access tokens should never be shared with other people. Access tokens represent your account paired with the application. The access token should be protected ...
Makyen's user avatar
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1 vote
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getting answer body and question body in same request

I recognize that problem, I've had it too in the past. It may be a bit counterintuitive, but you also have to select question.answers in the filter. A possible reason for this to not be automatic is ...
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How to revoke an access token generated for my application?

I assume you generated it with your own Stack Exchange credentials; in that case, you can find it in your Stack Overflow profile: https://stackoverflow.com/users/apps/21670823 There should be an entry ...
Glorfindel's user avatar
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Why is my API quota not resetting after UTC reset?

The information in @BrockAdams explanation is useful, but needs some clarification: Quota Pool As mentioned in the API Throttles Doc, all calls with an access_token work from a shared quota per IP. ...
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