A cron-like and not-cron-like job scheduler for Node.


node-schedule is a flexible cron-like and not-cron-like job scheduler for Node.js. It allows you to schedule jobs (arbitrary functions) for execution at specific dates, with optional recurrence rules. It only uses a single timer at any given time (rather than reevaluating upcoming jobs every second/minute).

Read more about the module's core functions on the About page of the wiki.

Check out our wonderful wiki for usage instructions.

We're committed to a loosely-coupled architecture for node-schedule and would love to get your contributions.

Before jumping in, check out our Contributing page on the wiki!

This module was originally developed by Matt Patenaude, but the new team is as follows:

Tejas Manohar - Maintainer

Santiago Gimeno - Collaborator

Jon Hester - Collaborator

node-schedule is copyright 2011-2015 Matt Patenaude.

Licensed under the MIT License.