Adding Resilience and Transient Fault handling to your .NET Core HttpClient with Polly

b30f5128-181e-11e6-8780-bc9e5b17685eLast week while upgrading my podcast site to ASP.NET Core 2.1 and .NET. Core 2.1 I moved my Http Client instances over to be created by the new HttpClientFactory. Now I have a single central place where my HttpClient objects are created and managed, and I can set policies as I like on each named client.

It really can’t be overstated how useful a resilience framework for .NET Core like Polly is.

Take some code like this that calls a backend REST API:

public class SimpleCastClient
{
private...

Read the entire article at the source link… Scott Hanselman

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