Optimizing Workflow Efficiency and Handling API Calls in Xano
In this meeting, the State Changers discuss two issues.
The first issue is about optimizing a project and sending emails to third-party users. They mention the need for caching and discuss a problem with a conditional if statement not being saved in Xano. They also discuss the process of sending emails and triggering API calls based on user actions. They suggest using a guard pattern and returning a value to end the call. They also discuss implementing a background task to check for expired invitations and send emails to the next user if necessary.
The second issue is about the performance of an API call that takes a long time to run. They suspect it may be due to rate limiting by Open AI. The State Changers consider using the sleep function between API calls to avoid rate limiting. They also discuss the possibility of splitting the API call into smaller parts and adding data to a database along the way to provide value to the client faster.
Overall, they provide advice on optimization, troubleshooting technical issues, and improving performance in their projects.