Fast failing for the /http/import Robot
Lately at Transloadit, we've been working on upgrading our /http/import Robot by adding the
fail_fast parameter 💪
For performance-relevant applications, every second counts. That's why you might prefer an Assembly to fail if an import Step doesn't work on the first try. Using this option, you can disable automatic retrying for the /http/import Robot altogether.
You may also find this useful for performance measuring, as retries don't need to be factored in. This then provides you with the power to create the retry behaviour that suits your application. However, its kryptonite is that when an import Step fails, the whole Assembly will need to be retried, and not just this one Step.
We're keen to see how you plan to use this new feature!
Share your Transloadit project to earn $300
We love seeing how our community uses Transloadit. Tweet @transloadit to get your proposal approved, share what you’ve built in the form of a blog post or a tutorial on your website, and earn a $300 Gift certificate of your choice as well as a full year of the Startup Plan, at no cost after you publish.
Get started for free with the Community Plan, or, if you are a student, get an upgrade via the GitHub Student Developer Pack.
Get started for free
- Free plan with 5 GB encoding credit
- Set monthly spending limits
- Try without a credit card
- Highly available, globally distributed platform
- Cancel at any time
- Costs displayed for each upload/conversion
Follow us on Twitter:Follow @transloadit
We're SO STOKED to announce the Transloadit Community Plan! 🎉🎉🎉 Unlimited uploading, importing and exporting, 5GB of encoding/month, and access to 50 different file conversion features for all.— 🤖 Transloadit (@transloadit) July 2, 2020
Best part? It's free. Forever. 🤑 Find out more https://t.co/zXWLi3Xa0G pic.twitter.com/DlY5xz1mPG
Get started today
Our Community Plan is free forever and suffices for most projects. Signup is instant. No credit card needed.Sign up today