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Class: React PHP Clock Timer
Execute tasks at regular periods of time
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PHP Clock

A clock description here...

Installation

composer require ahmard/clock

Usage

  • Seconds
    use Clock\Clock;
    
    

Clock::forEachSecond(function (){

echo "1 second has passed\n";   

});

Clock::forEachSecond(5, function (){

echo "5 seconds has passed\n";   

});

- Minutes

use Clock\Clock;

Clock::forEachMinute(2, function (){

echo "2 minutes has passed\n";   

});

- Hours

use Clock\Clock;

Clock::forEachHour(1, function (){

echo "1 hour has passed\n";   

});


### Advance usage

use Clock\Clock; use React\EventLoop\TimerInterface;

Clock::forEach('1 minute 5 seconds', function (){

echo "1 minute 5 seconds has passed\n";   

});

Clock::forEach('2 minutes', function (TimerInterface $timer){

echo "2 minutes has passed\n";   
Clock::stop($timer);

});


### Sound
This library comes with sounds out of the box<br/>
To use them, you will need to install Sox

use Clock\Clock;use Clock\Sound;

Sound::play(__DIR__ . '/test.mp3');

Clock::forEachMinute(function (){

Sound::playAlarm();

});


### Notification
Push notification to your system

use Clock\Clock; use Clock\Notification;

$notification = Notification::create()

->setTitle('My Title')
->setIcon('/drive/path/to/icon.jpg');

$notification

->setBody('My notification body here')
->send();

Clock::forEach('2 minutes', function () use ($notification){

$notification->setBody('Two minutes has passed');
$notification->send();

});

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