A few weeks ago I gave a talk on Polly at Dotnetconf (you can check it out here), at the end, I got many questions about using Polly with Blazor, I had never tried it, but assumed it would work.
In this blog, part 1 of a few on Polly and Blazor, I’ll show you how to get a simple retry mechanism up and working in a Blazor Server App. For now, I am not concerned with dependency injections, policy registries, or anything other fancy things in this post, that will come later.
This is part four of my four-part series on indexing the works of Shakespeare in Elasticsearch.
In this, I’ll show how to use the Elasticsearch “low level client” to perform the search. Previously, I wrote a blog showing how to use a HttpClient to perform the search using Json, and this works fine, but Steve Gordon suggested I try the Elastic client as it supports things like connection pooling and still lets me use Json directly with Elasticsearch.