The Springboard plan doesn’t have the SuperScaling feature. The feature provides a way for multiple parallel requests and requests sent from different locations to be processed by the backend. There are several references to SuperScaling on the pricing page:
I understand that there are limitations for Springboard. I would have no issue if without super scaling “API request for multiple users may end up in a processing queue or may be rejected”. Why to block the whole app for 24 hours then? I’m just testing with 4 users without much traffic.
Looking at my detailed API call statistics, I noticed a very high number of (REST - File Service - Download File) calls, which I cannot comprehend. Does this number include the GET File Requests from the Browser?
Sorry, I’m training to understand why I have to many REST API Calls File Service Download file, each time I use UI Builder. It’s something normal because the graphic interface of the codeless programing?
We do not count api-calls that are made from the Backendless Dev Console (UI-Builder, Codeless, etc.)
However, when you open your app in the preview mode or build it and run in production you start requesting resources from the API server and it starts checking APIKey/domain permissions, current user permissions, etc. and these requests will be counted.