Reactive time as implemented in classes
is a reactive adapter for Java's
Reactive time acts as a reactive data source that continuously changes.
Hookless implementation of reactive time is smart enough to wake up reactive computation only when relevant time threshold is reached.
This allows Hookless to provide reactive time with millisecond resolution (or better, depending on platform) with little overhead.
Get Hookless Time from Maven Central:
<dependency> <groupId>com.machinezoo.hookless</groupId> <artifactId>hookless-time</artifactId> <version>0.1.0</version> </dependency>
Or clone sources from GitHub or Bitbucket. Configure your build for Java 17+. Sources and binaries are distributed under Apache License 2.0.
If your project is a Java module,
add the following declaration to your
time package in javadoc.
Since the javadoc is not complete yet, you might want to take a look at comments and implementation