Kitchen timer or timers


#1

how about kitchen timer? or two sharing screen that can be operated same time…


#2

Great idea! I can definitely whip one up pretty quickly. It’s perfect for a holiday lazy no stress coding session.


#3

Fighting the urge to use http://flipclockjs.com/


#4

Why reinvent the wheel? It looks cool and flexible and open… a winner surely :slight_smile:


#5

My concern is that visually it’s a bit busy…


#6

I think anything that counts seconds will be busy, however “Themeable using pure CSS” should help that.

And

FlipClock.js has a fully extendible API to create any clock face you need. More clock faces will be added over time, so be sure to fork the code and make a pull request if you want to see your clock face appear in the core library.


#7

Flipclock.js is working out nicely. Just need to add settings, a method for spawning additional timers, and have to tighten up the spacing a bit. Easy peasy. Good call @michael and @juskuh!


#8

@matt, @juskuh - Great idea, love it! If you could directly access the scales then I can further convince the wife that we really do need a robotic coffee machine.


#9

Still need to add the function to spawn additional timers but will save that for the next easy day.


#10

Will the timer be able to set the time the next coffee making session begins? Then I could set it at night to have a coffee ready when my alarm goes off in the morning. Not a Teasmade but a Coffeesmade!


#11

Brew scheduling is completely open so you can set it for whatever you want. These timers are meant to be a kitchen utility and are not really related to the brewing process.