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CountdownLabel - Simple countdown UILabel with morphing animation, and some useful function.

  •    Swift

Simple countdown UILabel with morphing animation, and some useful function. Below is a table that shows which version of what you should use for your Swift version.

JKCountDownButton - JKCountDownButton,子类化UIButton实现IOS倒计时按钮,常常用于注册等发送验证码的时候进行倒计时操作

  •    Objective-C

Copy JKCountDownButton.h JKCountDownButton.m in JKCountDownButton/ to your project. This code is distributed under the terms and conditions of the MIT license.

Timer Uppercut


Timer Uppercut makes it easy for anyone to set extensive countdown timers, with an easy to use user interface, alerting sounds and the possibility to import/export the schedule. It's developed in the C# programming language and it started as a favor to a friend.

SharePoint Countdown Web Part


A simple web part that counts down to a specified event. Can display the number of days, hours, minutes and seconds until a date. You can also link to a project page and / or add a description about what is being counted down to. Customisable with your own images.

countdownjs - A simple JavaScript API for producing an accurate, intuitive description of the timespan between two Date instances

  •    Javascript

A simple JavaScript API for producing an accurate, intuitive description of the timespan between two Date instances. While seemingly a trivial problem, the human descriptions for a span of time tend to be fuzzier than a computer naturally computes. More specifically, months are an inherently messed up unit of time. For instance, when a human says "in 1 month" how long do they mean? Banks often interpret this as thirty days but that is only correct one third of the time. People casually talk about a month being four weeks long but there is only one month in a year which is four weeks long and it is only that long about three quarters of the time. Even intuitively defining these terms can be problematic. For instance, what is the date one month after January 31st, 2001? JavaScript will happily call this March 3rd, 2001. Humans will typically debate either February 28th, 2001 or March 1st, 2001. It seems there isn't a "right" answer, per se.

TimeCircles - jQuery plugin to show time since or time until a specific time

  •    Javascript

TimeCircles is a jQuery plugin that provides a nice looking way to either count down towards a certain time, or to count up from a certain time. The goal for TimeCircles is to provide a simple yet dynamic tool that makes it very easy to provide visitors an attractive countdown or timer. This documentation will provide some examples of how to use TimeCircles. Usage of TimeCircles can be very simple, but for those willing to work a little harder can also provide more sophisticated functionality. The examples aim to provide a good basic idea of how various features can be used without overcomplicating things.


  •    JQuery

Reverse count down jquery plugin for displaying countdown as per your need. It also displays current time.


  •    JQuery

A simple, lightweight jQuery plugin to display a countdown of the remaining characters eligible in a textarea.

countdown - A simple jQuery countdown plugin.

  •    Javascript

A jQuery countdown plugin.Setup with $("#target").countdown(options), or global setup with $.fn.countdown.setDefaults(options).

pomo.js - Command-line timer, great for Pomodoros

  •    Javascript

see growl readme for growl requirements....then invoke it with pomojs -t.

moment-countdown - Use Countdown.js from Moment.js

  •    CoffeeScript

moment-countdown is a tiny Moment.js plugin that integrates with Countdown.js. The file is here. The NPM is moment-countdown. It's worth noting that the actual source is literally three lines of code, so if including this as a dependency is somehow annoying, you should consider reading it and just implementing it yourself or copying and pasting it into your app (you'll still need Countdown and Moment, natch).

snore - sleep with feedback

  •    C

snore pause for NUMBER seconds. SUFFIX may be 's' for seconds (default), 'm' for minutes, 'h' four hours or 'd' for days. Given two or more arguments, pause for the amount of time specified by the sum of their values. A visual feedback is given by printing the flowing of time in both ascending and descending order. If no arguments are given, snore pauses for 1d (one day). Edit config.mk to match your local setup (snore is installed into the /usr/local namespace by default).

react-timer-component - A timer component for React that passing remaining milliseconds by context using

  •    Javascript

Functional React component, pass context.remaining to any child presentational component. Child presentational component are passed context.remaining. For that purpose, requiring contextTypes setting to component static property.

jCountdown - jCountdown - jQuery Countdown Plugin

  •    Javascript

This plugin is licensed under the MIT License (LICENSE.txt).