Easy Timeline for iOS

Sometimes you need things to happen at specific times and things.

When it's just an event 2.0 seconds later, a performSelector:withObject:afterDelay: is perfect.

If it gets a little more complex where you need something happening ever 3.0 seconds, a quick implementation of NSTimer is good.

But what if you want something to happen every 2 seconds and then at the 7th second something else to happen. Or if you want to pause everything for a while and then resume later?

That's where Easy Timeline comes into play.

License: Public Domain

Language: Objective-C

Platform: iOS

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