I only can talk for .NET - A Dictionary(of Long, Boolean) with 5000
Id's needs around 500 Ticks If I request the Method .ContainsKey. I
don't think that an API Request with parsing xml can be faster.
Additional you nail the server with unneeded requests which are
"expensive" (rate limits) too
I don't know your Applicaton but you'll handle all accounts at the
same time? Normaly if an user authenticates the first calls could be
to request the ID Lists and store them during this users sessiontime.
If a user leaves you can free this memory.
On 5 Okt., 12:03, twittme_mobi <nlupa...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> Hi Tomas, another question to collaborate,
> do you think that is faster to find the ID in array by iterating it
> rather that searching for a string in the XML
> with some well known search function....
> On Oct 5, 10:54 am, twittme_mobi <nlupa...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> > Hi Tomas,
> > Thanks for the clarification.
> > One question - if you have many users, you will need to load all the
> > IDs
> > for All the users in the memory - isn't that too heavy?some of the
> > users have 100000+ followers.
> > Thanks.
> > On Oct 4, 6:26 pm, Thomas Hübner <thueb...@gmx.de> wrote:
> > > the problem is that a friendship exist is an "expensive" API Call (of
> > > 150 possible per hr) I do not know what kind of Application you plan but
> > > for my client App I load the ID's of followers with one API call and
> > > keep this list in memory. If a status become loaded I compare the
> > > icluded UserID with the list and switch the menues depending on
> > > containing this ID or not. This is much faster then request the API each
> > > time.
> > > Only situation which is not working for are search calls because the
> > > delivered result (ATOM) does not contain any userID which is a fail
> > > twittme_mobi schrieb:
> > > > Hi Tomas,
> > > > thanks for the reply!
> > > > the social graph methods are too heavy for such a simple operation.
> > > > I have to check if user is followed every time that a profile is
> > > > visited so
> > > > i would now where to put "Follow" or "Unfollow" button.It is not
> > > > reasonable
> > > > to execute the social graph methods every time, because sometimes
> > > > users might
> > > > have thousands of followers.Isn't it the friendship/exists method that
> > > > needs to be fixed,
> > > > after all, it is just for checking if user is followed or not..
> > > > Thanks!Your opinion is welcome!
> > > > On Oct 3, 2:20 pm, Thomas Hübner <thueb...@gmx.de> wrote:
> > > >> you have the social graph methods which deliver ID's. Unfortunately the
> > > >> same API call for screennames is missed - so you never can make
> > > >> comparings with search API results because there is no userID in.
> > > >> friends/ids
> > > >> followers/ids
> > > >> cheers,
> > > >> Thomas
> > > >> twittme_mobi schrieb:
> > > >>> Hi guys, i tried friendship/exists but it throws an
> > > >>> error when the user is protected.How should i accomplish this task
> > > >>> with the API?
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