JMTimerBeam 0.1.0

JMTimerBeam 0.1.0

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LangLanguage Obj-CObjective C
License MIT
ReleasedLast Release Dec 2014

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  • By
  • Andreas Katzian

JMTimerBeam enables you to show a decent beam on your OSX screen for visualizing a timing event. The beam will be attached to the top, right, bottom or left side of your screen and decreases steadily depending on the amount of time already elapsed.

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JMTimerBeam Top

JMTimerBeam Left

Usage

To create a new timer beam on your screen simply crete a new instance of JMTimerBeam with one of the following two methods:

/// Init new timer beam with given duration, orientation, thichkness and color
- (id) initWithDuration:(NSTimeInterval) duration
            orientation:(JMTimerBeamOrientation) orientation
              thickness:(NSInteger) thickness
                  color:(NSColor*) color;

/// Initialize a new JMTimerBeam positioned on the left of the screen 
/// with decent thickness and green color
- (id) initWithDuration:(NSTimeInterval) duration;

After that use the start and stop method to start/stop the beam respectively. For positioning the beam on the screen use one of the following orientations:

typedef enum JMTimerBeamOrientations {
    JMTimerBeamOrientationTop,
    JMTimerBeamOrientationLeft,
    JMTimerBeamOrientationRight,
    JMTimerBeamOrientationBottom
} JMTimerBeamOrientation;

To get notified after the given duration elapsed and the beam ended implement the JMTimerBeamDelegate protocol with the method didFinishTimerBeam:.

To run the example project; clone the repo, and run pod install from the Project directory first.

Installation

Author

Andreas Katzian, [email protected]

License

JMTimerBeam is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.