Do @Anywhere calls to retrieve properties of the current user count against rate limits?


Using the example given in the @Anywhere documentation on ‘working with the current user’, do individual invocations of the function each count against any rate limits? Does the following code snippet result in two separate counts against the rate limit for the app, one for getting the screen name and one for getting the profile image url?

if (T.isConnected()) {
currentUser = T.currentUser;
screenName =‘screen_name’);
profileImage =‘profile_image_url’);
profileImageTag = “”;
$(’#twitter-connect-placeholder’).append("Logged in as " + profileImageTag + " " + screenName);


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