If you make a request for will not go through the cache — even though Media Wiki returns the same data!
You should take care to normalize the URLs you send to the Media Wiki web service, so that slightly different user input won't cause you to waste time on unnecessary HTTP requests.
If you are calling the API from browser-based Java Script, you won't be able to influence the Your client will probably need to log in to Media Wiki, possibly via its own user account. Please also read: API: Etiquette If your requests obtain data that can be cached for a while, you should take steps to cache it, so you don't request the same data over and over again.
More information about rate-limiting, concurrency, and general API etiquette can be found at API: Etiquette.
The API supports other output formats such as XML and native PHP, but there are plans to remove less popular formats (phab: T95715), so you might not want to use them.
Since we're not specifying any revision information, the API will give us information about the latest revision — the main page of Wikipedia as it stands right now.Media Wiki has two other outward-facing interfaces: Use any programming language to make an HTTP GET request for that URL (or just visit that link in your browser), and you'll get a JSON document which includes the current wiki markup for the page titled "Main Page".Changing the format to is the base URL for its web site.Safety advice Dating is fun but to ensure you do it in the safest way possible we have put together some golden rules to help you get the most out of your online dating journey.Get dating advice and anecdotes from our very own Match bloggers on all things relationships!Some clients may be able to cache data themselves, but for others (particularly Java Script clients), this is not possible.