it’s the concept that important, i think. it’s probably not a bad thing to talk about the capabilities of the old API, but honestly, i wouldn’t show people how to build stuff using it. (deprecated in my mind means that it could disappear with little notice, and i wouldn’t want people to get too attached to a deprecated API.)
as far as i can tell, pagination is not officially documented in that particular endpoint. so i never thought too much about it and figured it was intentional (but i never actually asked, since i never had any use for that data beyond top 500). in muir’s example use case, pages >1 shouldn’t matter, since you’d be hitting
per_page=0 (just to get the
yes. i was planning on mentioning that in the tutorial covering intro to the API in general, but it’s not a terrible thing to reiterate points like that often.