fluent time works as a wrapper around
setInterval and aims to provide a simpler api for them.
npm install fluent-time
bower install fluent-time
fluent-time.min.js and include it.
accessing the api.
we don't want to pollute your global/module scope without asking, but it gives the best looking fluent code. So you can do it yourself, like this;
var every = every;
var every = FluentTimeevery;
// runs the provided function after 10 seconds;
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