nativescript-master-technology-updated
by romandragan | v1.2.0
A Simple NativeScript Utility Library
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nativescript-master-technology-updated

A library of generic functions that are useful in NativeScript

License

This is released under the MIT License, meaning you are free to include this in any type of program -- However for entities that need a support contract, changes, enhancements and/or a commercial license please contact me at http://nativescript.tools.

I also do contract work; so if you have a module you want built for NativeScript (or any other software projects) feel free to contact me nathan@master-technology.com.

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Updates

Please feel free to fork this repo and add other utility functions!!!

Installation

Supports all NativeScript versions from 2.x till 5.x

tns plugin add nativescript-master-technology-updated

Notes:

The first release of this library had a ton of DOM routines, these have been moved to there own plugin called 'nativescript-dom'

Usage

To use the module you must first require() it:

require( "nativescript-master-technology-updated" );

All routines are global; you do not need to keep a reference to the library.

If you get TypeScript complaining about process not being defined, then put /// <reference path="./node_modules/nativescript-master-technology-updated/references.d.ts" /> in your references.d.ts.

Methods

setImmediate();

Push this task off to the next available time slice.

clearImmediate(id)

Clears an timer scheduled via setImmediate...

performance.now()

Returns the current time stamp in NS or MS (depends on the platform)

process.restart()

IOS will tell the user they need to restart; and then exit. (Apple doesn't appear to have any "restart" app ability) Android will quit and restart the app.

process.exit()

Exit the application

process.isDebug()

Detects if you are running the debug version of the code on Android, on ios it returns Process.isEmulator()

process.isEmulator()

Detects if you are running on an emulator

process.processMessages()

A Syncronous method to cause IOS & Android to handle their message loops.

console.keys()

Prints out all the keys in the object

Optionally: You can pass true as second argument to also print the value:

var data = {
id: 1,
name: 'Nathan'
};
console.keys(data, true);

// id: 1
// name: Nathan

Breaking Changes

Renamed Performance.now to performance.now -- not sure why I messed up the name in the first place; but the proper name for compatibility sake is "performance.now()"...