Retry mechanism for Node.js and the browser
Retry mechanism for Node.js and the browser.
var obsessed = require'obsessed';
Obsessed will run the following code up to 8 times. If an error is thrown, it will continue invoking the callback until the limit is hit.
obsessed8// do something riskyif failedthrow 'oops';;obsessed'8 times'// do workthrow 'oops';;
Running a risky async task is pretty simple.
Supply a task and invoke the callback when you are done. If an error occurred
during the execution of the code, pass it as an argument to
Obsessed will retry the operation.
You can delay the execution of the attempts by calling
end will be triggered with the operation is done.
// async callsdone'failed';;console.logerr;;obsessed'3 times'taskfndelay200endendrun;
$ npm install obsessed
obsessed.min.js and include it in the html:
$ npm install$ make test
test/browser/index.htmlin your favourite browser
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