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 …

Why does setTimeout still work when using an Express app?

I am making an Express app and I was going to use setTimeout to invalidate the access token used with a third party API after a set amount of time. I thought that it might not work, since async …

how to stop other code from executing while set timeout is executing?

This question is duplicate of How to stop other code from running until setTimeout() finishes running? In the above question the person does not want any code to be executed until the setTimeout …

setTimeout with ajax

function ajax1(a, b, c){ c = new XMLHttpRequest; c.open(‘GET’, a); c.onload = b; c.send() } function handleData1(uu){ console.log(10) } for (var i=0;i<5;i++){ setTimeout(ajax1("…

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

settimeout not working properly when i tried to use it to refresh a page

The purpose of this code is to refresh a page after either a wait time of 1 second or 5 seconds depending on a random variable. However, the code below makes it so that it either refreshes after a wait time of 1 second EVERY SINGLE TIME, or it refreshes after a wait time of 5 seconds EVERY SINGLE TIME. How do I make it so that the refresh wait time are EITHER 1 second OR 5 seconds on every refresh? Answer The issue is that while you are pointing the iframe to the current document, the document that contains

javascript canvas doesn’t draw images

I’m developing hybrid javascript app for android using cordova. In the following code I use two ways of drawing image on canvas: with setTimeout and without. Following code (wrapped with cordova) on …

Can setTimeout ever return 0 as the id?

I am writing a check to see if a timeout is active. I was thinking of doing this: var a = setTimeout(fn, 10); // … Other code … where clearTimeout(a) can be called and set to null if (a != null) {…