Are there any restrictions on the Colva request to the api of contact?

Fantasize about creating a website where there is a button for executing the method friends.get.
Over time, it will be necessary for each visitor to send about 1,000 friends.get requests.
If we imagine that over time the button can push 1000 visitors of the website, what should I prepare?

1) which will limit outgoing requests to the api?
2) I do not possess information about the capacity of the server and limits requests... tell me, how powerful server is needed or maybe what else could be contact problems at this level?
July 9th 19 at 14:01
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July 9th 19 at 14:03
To the API methods (except the methods of sections is secure and the ads) you can not apply more than 3 times per second on behalf of one user.

The maximum number of requests to server (secure) methods depends on the number of users who installed the app.

If the app is installed less than 10,000 people, you can make 5 requests per second up to 100 000 – 8 requests, to 1 000 000 – 20 requests more than 1 million is 35 requests per second.

When these values are exceeded the server returns error code 6: "Too many requests per second.".

For the methods section of the ads has its own restrictions, see Restrictions on calling methods Ads API( No more than twice per second )
the response was great, even a link would be made to the documentation, you see, and such questions will be less! - dannie.Stehr commented on July 9th 19 at 14:06
and if I spelled out when you open the page requests to the 300 friend.get.. the query runs for a long time.. well about 40 seconds.. but then open.. how is this possible if there is a limit of 3 requests per second?
300/3=100 seconds would have to wait at the limit... why run faster?
and why is is done, I have not written in php, the limit is 3 requests per second? it would immediately give an error too many request - christina commented on July 9th 19 at 14:09
: You are unlikely to use the authorization from an application, and take "open" data is available -- i.e. guests -- perhaps so. - gunnar.Barrows commented on July 9th 19 at 14:12
: Yes, I have no authorization on the site and appending all tokens etc. make these requests..
and what does "installed the app"? it's the people who logged in to my site? - christina commented on July 9th 19 at 14:15
: These are the users who installed Your application on Facebook. For example, those who set vk.com/app1 and gave access to their data. - gunnar.Barrows commented on July 9th 19 at 14:18

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