I have an array of ids, and I want to make an api request for each id, but I want to control how many requests are made per second, or better still, have only 5 open connections at any time, and when a connection is complete, fetch the next one.  Cur...
Background  I am making a batch of HTTP GET requests to a server and I need to throttle them to avoid killing the poor server. For the purposes of my demo, this will be the GET method:  /*  *  This function simulates a real HTTP GET request, that alw...
I have this infinite scroll function set up on several of my pages. It works perfectly fine, but the Ajax call to load more items makes several database calls and it has to load a lot of images each time, and it usually takes several seconds to load....
How can I ensure that the ThrottleEvent is supported by the current used browser?  I can see that they mention some browsers which support it:     The platforms that support throttling and pausing are currently the following: Flash Player Desktop Mac...
How can a function rate-limit its calls? The calls should not be discarded if too frequent, but rather be queued up and spaced out in time, X milliseconds apart. I've looked at throttle and debounce, but they discard calls instead of queuing them...
I am a bit uncertain with the concepts of throttle and debounce functions.  As I get it:  we debounce a function that should be called after a certain event has happened. It is used in events like drag, keyup, etc. with the purpose of not firing all...
I have an array. I can loop over it with the foreach method.  data.forEach(function (result, i) {       url = data[i].url;       request(url);  });   The request function is making a http request to the given url. However making all these requests at...
I have an observable that represents an action that is triggered by some outside component. For the purpose of this question, let's call it createBananaAction. I have a bananaService with a method create that performs an AJAX request and returns...
I want to use a JS Throttle. But i'm struggeling to get it work correctly.  I tried the code from this article: https://codeburst.io/throttling-and-debouncing-in-javascript-b01cad5c8edf  But the Throttle does not work as intended, since everytime...
Library code (line 860 in question): https://github.com/jashkenas/underscore/blob/master/underscore.js  if (remaining <= 0 || remaining > wait)  When is the second half of this true?  Background - first post on SO and pretty new to javascript c...

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