Joost de Valk

Joost de Valk

It seems to cache it's output, and I'd like to know how long it caches for so I can not bother doing the request on the client side for that time.

Joost de Valk

Joost de Valk

In fact, the data seems to be plain wrong... vimeo.com/api/yoast/clips.php return (right now) 125 plays for my latest vid, and 0 likes, 125 plays means it has the data for yesterday and a bit of today, but yesterday, there were 2 likes, that are not visible in the data. Please explain :)

Adam Shannon

Adam Shannon

No idea, the only advantage to caching is to save processor power. Which brings me to another question for the staff.

You could test it out by changing settings and seeing how long it takes. Or vimeo may re-create the xml file if the new file would be different then the cached file, not just caching files on a time stamp basis.

I am making a search engine off of the vimeo API, would you like me to cache the files on my server to save your bandwith? (Sorry for hijacking your thread, but its killing 2 birds with one stone.)

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