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May 27, 2022 Off By Deriel

A simple and easy to use timer that runs on a PC or Windows Mobile phone. It is usable for games, websites and other applications that require a timed task. Min Timer lets you quickly set start and end dates.
This application is open source. You can download the source code here:

Min Timer Screenshots:

@Steve Watta, I’ll try to explain it more clearly…
If you are running on a desktop Windows, the program runs in the Background. When the program is closed, the computer can still be running the program on the background. If the program has an event, it runs. If not, it just sits there.
On Windows Mobile, the program is preinstalled, the memory is a little more limited, and the program runs out of memory, then just like an application that’s been closed, it exits.

Heck, the Windows Mobile version of Min Timer is currently in Early Access here: to be released soon (have no idea when).
It’s pretty much a time-based task in the background that can be used with the Windows Mobile 6.1 Time API.

I’d be interested to hear your feedback/complaints, and hopefully I’ll get the source for the WM version up here soon as well.

As mentioned in the other thread, I’m working on the port of Min Timer for Windows Mobile and would really appreciate a few quick responses to this thread.

I’m looking at a few methods to port the application. From what I can see, I can port most of the application, but the code that initializes the timer and runs the event would have to be different.

I’ve not used the Windows Mobile API before and am wondering how this could be achieved.

At the moment, I’m thinking of using the Windows Forms timer object with its Tick event and the following code to initialize the timer.


System.Timers.Timer t = new System.Timers.Timer(1000);
t.Elapsed += new System.Timers.ElapsedEventHandler(t_Elapsed);

When the timer fires, it’ll invoke t_Elapsed and run the logic to initialize the timer.

The problem with this approach is that the eea19f52d2

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