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May 31, 2012

Author: Hirvesh Posted At: 5/31/2012 Tags: , , , , ,

Timing — A jQuery Plugin For Easy-To-Use Methods To Define Timeouts And Intervals

jQuery Timing provides easy-to-use methods to define timeouts and intervals just in line with all your jQuery stuff.

It supplements the existing functionality from the jQuery effects queue (fxq) by introducing a new timed invocation chain technique (tic).

The tic-method .join([queueName]) allows a timed invocation chain to wait until all the animations and effects currently being queued in an Effect Queue finishes.

The above code allows blinking by repeated toggling of CSS class every 300 milliseconds.  The repeat method is what the jQuery Timing plugin makes available to the programmer.  Among the various other methods are:

  • .join()
  • .repeat()
  • $.repeat()
  • .then()
  • $.then()
  • .unrepeat()
  • $.unrepeat()
  • .until()
  • .unwait()
  • $.unwait()
  • .wait()
  • $.wait() 
Nearly all the functions have a chained version and a static version for you to use.

Requirements: jQuery
License: MIT License

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