I have a question regarding the 150 timeline requests per hour.
Is the limit applied per IP or per access tokens(Consumer Key, Consumer Secret, Access Token, Access Token Secret).
Suppose there are 100 client apps running on 100 different machines(hence 100 different IPs) sharing access token(so that users don’t have to log in), each making 60 timeline requests per hour, does this trigger an API access rate limit violation?
Because I tested my app on 3 machines each making 120 timeline requests on shared access tokens(Thus 360 requests per hour), and they seemed to be working fine overnight.
I need a definite answer on this issue as I may have to move the timeline request functionality to the server which then feed the clients if the access rate limit is triggered under this scenario.