Realm Objective‑C is designed to work well with mixed Objective‑C and Swift projects.From Swift, you can do everything you can do when using Realm from Objective‑C, like defining models and using Realm’s Objective‑C API.However, be sure to comply with App Store guidelines, keeping your app under 200MB.Please browse our tv OS examples for sample tv OS apps demonstrating how to use Realm as either an offline cache or with preloaded data.Your application should identify itself to our servers via a unique user agent string in order to achieve the maximum number of requests per minute.Our rate limiting tracks your requests using a moving average over a 60 second window.This document specifies an Internet standards track protocol for the Internet community, and requests discussion and suggestions for improvements.
You can access JSON-formatted information about Database objects such as Artists, Releases, and Labels.
Your application can use “Discogs” in its name as long as it follows the Application Name and Description Policy. Here are some bad examples that are unclear or obscure the nature of the application: When a callback query string parameter is supplied, the API can return responses in JSONP format.
JSONP, by its nature, cannot access HTTP information like headers or the status code, so the API supplies that information in the response, like so: Requests are throttled by the server by source IP to 60 per minute for authenticated requests, and 25 per minute for unauthenticated requests, with some exceptions.
basement floods, death in the family, etc.) that would necessitate the suspension of showings, the property can then go back into Withheld/Delayed.
The seller and agent should be certain they are ready to show when they first move the property out of Withheld/Delayed, as the reason "the seller thought they were ready but changed their mind" is not an acceptable separate and distinct occurrence.