Troubleshooting and Improving Zano API Data Management Workflow
This meeting by the State Changers involved technical discussion and troubleshooting using Zano, a web development tool. The team attempted to debug an issue where previously mapped API fields in Zano suddenly vanished. They tried to restore previous versions without success. Much of the meeting centered around frustration over the lost work and figuring out ways to recreate the missing data fields.
Further, the team discussed strategies for implementing rate limits on their APIs, with the consideration for upgrading to a higher Zano version for better caching and rate limit management. The exchange related to rate limiting involved advice on tracking user IP addresses or user data usage.
The meeting also explored ways to limit the number of loops in their data pull from their database to prevent over-requesting from their APIs, using counter variables, and a circuit breaker approach.
Moving forward, team members were tasked with restoring and mapping the missing API fields, exploring the option to upgrade the Zano version, and refining rate limits. The team planned to continue discussions in subsequent meetings. No mention of other keywords such as "WeWeb", "FlutterFlow", "Zapier", "Make", etc., was made in the meeting.