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  1. Not too familiar with HTTP_Request2 but does it work without the "$request->setBody("{body}");" line? Doesn't seem necessary or even valid for this request.

  2. Just checking this out. It seems to be a bug. The server (haloapi.com) is erroring out with a 404 on preflight OPTIONS requests, required for successful cross-domain requests using CORS. The server is not using the "Access-Control-Allow-Origin...

  3. Thanks a lot guys, really appreciate the help. I'm moving along slowly but surely haha If you need help with anything add it in the thread here, I just finished my Python wrapper so I'd be happy to provide insight on any issues you have.

  4. Is there any interest in this package being adapted to work both on a server, and in a web browser? --- News: published to NPM! https://www.npmjs.com/package/haloapi Installation is as simple as "npm install haloapi".

  5. I've got one I'm working on for iOS/Objective-C. Should be wrapped up by this weekend. Sweet. Let us know when it's available and I'll have a look :)

  6. There is a locked thread about it already, which I think was misunderstood. The forum team replied: Unfortunately we're unable to expose match times due to privacy concerns. ... but I think the discussion shouldn't end there, because we don't...

  7. You should really be running your own rate limiter. Inspecting headers and handling 429 response codes seems like a round-about way of doing it. I voted yes, because the headers might help - but you should know everything that comes down in those...

  8. Probably a better solution than the way I did it, my implementation hijacks 429 errors, parses the "try again in X seconds", waits that many seconds and re-requests. Not the most bandwidth efficient solution, but seems to work. It's the...

  9. Ahh yes, thank you. Weird that it's included as part of the sample code. I found a work around using https://jsonp.afeld.me/, if anyone is interested you can append the URL with "key={your-key}" and it seems to work.

  10. I also didn't realise until I looked at the headers. Would be nice if the documentation noted it haha

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