Azure Cognitive Services is an excellent series of cloud-based APIs that open up a world of artificial intelligence (AI) opportunities that you can easily add to your applications and data process flow. Each service contains a set of trained and field-tested machine learning models that are continuously retrained for greater
When you define a Polly exception-handling policy, the policy will internally catch matched exceptions and handle them as the policy defines: orchestrate a retry; update circuit-breaker statistics; or channel execution to a fallback.
Debugging such executions can however be noisy in Visual Studio: commonly-used settings cause Visual Studio to
Polly uses separate policy instances for synchronous and asynchronous executions. This article sets out to answer: Why?
TL;DR Sync-over-async and async-over-sync implementations are both to be avoided. Users expect policy hooks on async policies to be async methods (and vice versa for sync), and thus a single Policy instance
Polly offers both non-generic policies
Policy with a generic
.Execute<TResult>(...) method, as well as generic policies
Policy<TResult>. This article sets out to answer questions Polly users sometimes raise: Why do both exist? And why can't I just use the generic
TL;DR In Polly V5.1.0, we've extended
Context so that it can be used to pass information between different parts of an execution through a policy. Featured Use Cases include honouring
RetryAfter headers, and re-establishing authentication automatically.
Web request frameworks in .NET such as ASP.NET