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On the Adafruit IO blog, we frequently post the latest stats for Adafruit IO as well as some quick updates.
Here are the latest stats:
84.7 million inserts of logged data in the last 7 days
24,509 online feeds (84,764 feeds total)
Since our last State of IO post, we’ve been mostly heads down on new features that aren’t quite ready yet for production. We’ve also made some major performance improvements to our backend that has helped with general system stability.
We’re also responding to issues you may run into on our Adafruit IO Forum. Please post any issues with as much detail as you can. It definitely helps us out when fixing the bugs.
Also, if you’re still using version 1 of our API, you may want to upgrade to the latest version 2. It has more features, and is generally better designed and easier to use than our previous API. The default for our docs is V2 now as well.
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