node-fetch-retry

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    node-fetch-retry is a wrapper library that add retry over node-fetch.

    How to install?

    npm i --save node-fetch-retry

    How to use?

    The following code shows an example that does not have retry:

    const fetch = require('node-fetch');
    let res = await fetch('https://google.com', { method: 'GET' })

    The code down bellow shows how node-fetch-retry works:

    const fetch = require('node-fetch-retry');
    let res = await fetch('https://google.com', { method: 'GET', retry: 3 })

    A pause (in milliseconds) can be added between retry attempts using the pause option. Pause values < 0 are treated as 0.

    The following example waits 1 seconds (1000 ms) between retry attempts.

    const fetch = require('node-fetch-retry');
    let res = await fetch('https://google.com', { method: 'GET', retry: 3, pause: 1000 })

    If you want to add callback that will be called between the retries. The callback is invoked BEFORE any (optional) pauses.

    let opts = {
        method: 'GET', 
        retry: 3,
        callback: retry => { console.log(`Trying: ${retry}`) }
    }
    
    const fetch = require('node-fetch-retry');
    let res = await fetch('https://google.com', opts)

    If you would like to silence pause messages in your console include a silent boolean in your options.

    let opts = {
        method: 'GET',
        retry: 3,
        pause: 1000,
        silent: true
    }

    Install

    npm i node-fetch-retry

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