I just want to know if anyone else has experienced something like this. I have an application that makes an API request to /streams with a channel specification. The request should of course respond with any online streams specified in channel.
I’ve experienced that when I do a request /streams?channel=[channel]?limit=100 I get a response with an empty
streams array, indicating that the channel is offline. It is not however, as I can clearly see the broadcast on the channel page. However, when I do a request like /streams?channel=[channel],null?limit=100 (adding a null or just any channel after [channel]), the API responds with a
streams that contains the details of [channel] (the response that should appear without the added null). Furthermore, a query like /streams?channel=null,[channel]?limit=100 also returns an empty
streams which I find incredibly strange.
I don’t know if I’m doing anything wrong with the API request but this definitely seems strange to me. In case anyone’s interested, the [channel] that exhibited this behavior was “Watchmeblink1”.