Milind Mevada
Oct 22, 2021 ⋅ 6 min read

Understanding Flutter’s Timer class and Timer.periodic

Milind Mevada Mobile software engineer.

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One Reply to "Understanding Flutter’s <code>Timer</code> class and <code>Timer.periodic</code>"

  1. Great doc. The only thing I’d add is an embellishment to the Timer.periodic. Basically it’s quite common to “keep waiting until a condition is true”, which you can do by using myTimer = Timer.periodic(…{checkCondition()}) and having checkCondition, if the condition is true, cancelling myTimer.

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