An accurate, multienvironment timer
accurate_timer uses requestAnimationFrame() and performance.now(), defaulting to setInterval if it's used in a non-browser or older environment.
Based on my own (unscientific) measurements, the timer in a node.js environment tends to be accurate to about 3/1000ths of a second. In a browser environment it's a little less than 1/1000ths of a second.
Create a timer object:var timer = <callback> <interval>;
The callback will be called every
start / stop the timer:timerstart;timer;
All done! I hope you enjoy 😊