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Almost all of our endpoints will return an
ETagin the HTTP Headers.
ETagsallow you to check if the data you have is up to date with what we are providing. Saving you the need of unnecessary requests.
Requests you make using
ETagsdo not count against your API rate limit.
On subsequent requests to the same URL you can provide that ETag in your HTTP headers like so:
ETagis valid, your will receive a
304status code. If it's not valid you will receive a
200and the new data for that endpoint.