Timers3000 provides a graphical interface in your browser to create and group incremental timers for your daily tasks.
Data will be stored on your harddrive - No extra database system are online account needed!
You can get a first impression of Timers3000 on it's github-page.
Nothing has to be downloaded or installed - no data will be saved. Go and see if you like it :)
Install with npm:
npm install -g timers3000.
You can now start the app from anywhere on your system via
timers3000 on the commandline.
Download the sourcecode on github, navigate to the folder on your commandline and install it locally with
After the installation is complete, you can start Timers3000 by
npm start from your commandline while you are in the directory.
The creation of Timers or Groups can be done by a single click on the corresponding Button.
The Button creates an empty group and appends it to the list of existing groups. The Button at the bottom of a group creates a new timer for that group.
You may want to give your groups and timers names, which couldn't be easier:
Just click on the name of an item and it will transform into an editable field.
After you leave the field, the new name will be saved - No reload or confirmation needed.
Nobody is perfect, so it can happen that you create a timer in the wrong group or you change your mind about the timers belonging, you can move it to a different group by dragging the timer into it.
To change the backgroundcolor of a group, simply click on the shuffle-symbol under the groupname, this will generate a random color for you.
If you want to delete a timer, click on the red button next to the time. To delete a group, click on the bin-symbol under the groupname. Deleting a group will also delete all the timers in it. Those actions will open a dialog where you have to confirm the operation - You don't want to lose any data by mistake.
The statisticspage gives an overview over all sessions of a timer as a line chart.
You can edit or delete faulty sessiontimes - The corresponding timervalue is updated on the fly.
The possibility to add sessions will be added soon.
Timers3000 detects when your system goes to sleep and a timer is ticking.
When waking up, the app notifies you about that and tells you the time the system was sleeping.
With that information you can correct the sessiontime if you left the timer active by mistake.
This feature still contains errors because i didn't write any tests...
Your timers and groups will be stored in a hidden folder .timers3000db/ in your home directory. It's messy, but the data will be uneffected by updating the app. Timers3000 uses it's own micro-database system PantexDB which stores records as JSON-Objects in plaintext files.
(The MIT License)
Copyright (c) 2014 Tim Rach firstname.lastname@example.org
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