Before Django runs the main body of a class-based view, it performs the checks for each throttle class specified in the throttle classes settings. In the drones and pilots-related views, we wrote code that overrides the default settings.
If a single throttle check fails, the code will raise a
Throttled exception and Django won't execute the main body of the view. The cache is responsible for storing previous request information for throttling checking.
Now, we can launch Django's development server to compose and send HTTP requests to understand how the configured throttling rules, combined with all the previous configurations, work. Execute any of the following two commands based on your needs to access the API in other devices or computers connected to your LAN. Remember that we analyzed the difference between them in Chapter 3, Creating API Views, in the Launching Django's development server section.
python manage.py runserver...