Community Hours 29th September 2022: How to work around API rate limits + Marketplace Gallery & Beta Apps!

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Learn how to workaround API Rate Limits using Scheduled Events and our roadmap for the Developer Accounts, Beta Apps, and the Marketplace Gallery. Join us live on Thursday, 29th September at 2:00 PM CET to connect with fellow developers in the community!


How to work around API rate limits + Marketplace Gallery & Beta Apps!


Debjani Chatterjee - Senior Developer Advocate at Freshworks (Follow Debjani)

Harish Janjam - Product Manager at Freshworks (Follow Harish)

Sylendran Arunagiri - Product Manager at Freshworks (Follow Sylendran)


29th September 2022

5:30 pm IST (India)| 2:00 pm CET| 1:00 pm GMT (London)

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 Thursday at 5:30 PM →  September 29, 2022 6:30 PM


  • What are API Rate limits

  • How to manipulate your app to workaround limits

  • Developer Accounts Deep Dive

  • Beta Support for Apps + Marketplace Gallery Revamp

  • Q&A

We often hear from the community that working with API rate limits becomes difficult to manage while building apps. However, a few workarounds can help by scheduling the requests in different time-based formats. In this session, we will take a sample app and modify it to be able to function within the limits.

Next, we will cover the much-awaited Developer Accounts, and how you can login and set up one.

We will also talk about the product roadmap, which includes the launch of beta apps which now gives the complete power in the hands of the developers for testing and Q&A for unpublished apps and more.

We will showcase the revamped Marketplace Gallery and how you can access it.


You can also have your question ready beforehand, as we have a live Q&A during the session, where our fantastic DevExperts will be answering all of your questions.

Can’t attend live? You should still register. We’ll share the recording after the session.

We are looking forward to seeing you at the next event!


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