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cronut

2.1.1 • Public • Published

cronut

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Tasty task scheduler with a mungable internal clock filling.

Install

$ npm install --save cronut

Usage

Schedule Tasks

import cronut from 'cronut';
 
const cron = cronut();
 
cron('0 0 0 * * *', () => {
    console.log('another hour');
});
 
cron('0 0 * * * *', () => {
    console.log('another minute');
});
 
cron('* * * * * *', () => {
    console.log('another second');
});
 
cron('0 30 0,12 * * 1-5', () => {
    console.log('12:30 AM and PM on weekdays');
});

Unschedule Tasks

const removeTask = cron('0 * * * * *', () => {
    // only run 10 or so times
    console.log('another second');
});
 
// Unschedule after 10 seconds
setTimeout(removeTask, 10000);

API

cronut()

Creates a new task scheduler.

import cronut from 'cronut';
 
const cron = cronut();

cron(pattern, task[, options]) : Function

cron.addTask(pattern, task[, options]) : Function

  • pattern String
  • task Function
  • options Object
    • resolution Number Default: 100.

Patterns are any valid pattern supported by cron. The task is the function to be executed at the appointed times. Returns a function to stop the task.

cron('* * * * * *', () => {
    console.log('another second');
});
 
// same as
 
cron.addTask('* * * * * *', () => {
    console.log('another second');
});
 
// removable
 
const removeTask = cron.addTask('* * * * * *', () => {
    console.log('another second');
});
 
removeTask();

cron.now(fn)

  • fn Function

Sets the moment.now function and resets internal cron timers.

cron.now(() => {
    // It's tomorrow! Heh heh.
    return Number(new Date()) + (24 * 60 * 60 * 1000);
});

Why?

There are a bunch of task schedulers already available, but none of them allowed me to mess with the internal clock for timeline manipulation or testing purposes.

Contribute

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Test

$ npm test

© Shannon Moeller me@shannonmoeller.com (http://shannonmoeller.com)

Licensed under MIT

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22

version

2.1.1

license

MIT

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