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pretty-time - Easily format the time from node

  •    Javascript

Easily format the time from node.js process.hrtime. Works with timescales ranging from weeks to nanoseconds. Please consider following this project's author, Jon Schlinkert, and consider starring the project to show your ❤️ and support.




performance-node - Performance for Node.js

  •    Javascript

Uses process.hrtime to capture marks + measures to gain deeper visibility into the timings that you define in your application. By default, the startTime of each mark is calculated by subracting the construction time from process.hrtime. If you would rather the startTime map as closely as possible to process.hrtime values, set offset: 0. You can also supply any number as a custom offset.

virtual-clock - A small library for configurable, high-resolution, high-performance virtual clocks

  •    Javascript

This small and efficient library provides configurable virtual clocks for tracking time in for example simulations, games, media applications, or even just a simple stopwatch. Virtual clocks can be started and stopped, the rate at which time flows can be altered and even be made negative, causing time to flow backwards. Time can be limited by a minimum and maximum value, and when both a minimum and maximum are defined time may be set to loop around. Time listeners may be attached which will fire when a given (absolute) time on the clock is passed, without having to worry about adjusting timeouts for pauses, rate changes or other conditions.

pretty-hrtime - process.hrtime() to words

  •    Javascript

Note: process.hrtime() has been available since 0.7.6. See http://nodejs.org/changelog.html and https://github.com/joyent/node/commit/f06abd. The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.







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