SetInterval does not work well after some actions

When I press Start button it runs function startGame() { invaderId = setInterval(moveInvaders, 1000); } In my game it moves blocks from top to bottom each second. Also I have a laser …

VueJS – Display Countdown of setInterval function

I have a function being triggered within mounted, and then it gets called every 15 minutes after that. In my component I want to display a countdown until the next setInterval in minutes/seconds. …

Increment Interval – JS

This is probably well simple but I just can’t work it out When I run this… function logCountUp(){ let a = 0; while(a < 10) { a+=1; console.log(a); ...

Loop with ‘setInterval’ and ‘setTimeout’ doesn’t work

I am trying to animate some cards that should enter the screen from the right, stop in the middle for a while, and then vanish to the left, in an infinite loop. This is what I tried: function …

Stop game loop on conditional with React

I am unable to stop the loop after a conditional. I am able to stop the interval after a button click but unable to stop it after a conditional such as loop increments. This simple example tries to …

How to move 3 pics elements using setInterval

In short, I’m trying to make something like this. Here is my code. I need to use only setInterval and when resuming the pic moving action it starts from the last points not from the first one, var e =…

setInterval keeps on running after clearInterval called

This is a snippet of the code: var interval3 = null; React.useEffect(() => { if(running) { if(interval3) clearInterval(interval3); interval3 = setInterval(() => { …

A question regarding jQuery hover(), setInterval scope, and The โ€œthisโ€ Problem —

UPDATE — from CertainPerformance: $(“.gallery-image”).each(function() { let callInterval; $(this).hover(function(){ clearInterval(callInterval); }, function(){ callInterval = …

Does Web Worker throttles setTimeout() / setInteval()?

I have a script on foreground tab that starts (dedicated) web worker. Now I see that setTimeout(xxx, 100) in that web worker is limited to be triggered not more often than once per second instead of 10 times per second as required. I’ve googled such a limitation for inactive tabs but are there any docs that say the same about Web Workers? I’ve checked this in Chrome and Firefox. Answer There is no real specs about that throttling behavior, even though they do allow it: Optionally, wait a further implementation-defined length of time. This is intended to allow user agents

switching between two colors is not working

What is it that I am missing here so my page switches between these two colors? Thank you ! Answer You’re never changing the value of isBlue, so it’s always false, so you always set white as the background color. Afrer the if/else, invert the flag: E.g.: Side note: “isBlue” seems an odd name for a flag that sets a green background… ๐Ÿ˜‰ (Though to be fair, as I understand it in some cultures there isn’t a distinction between blue and green.)