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ASPxTimer Overview

The ASPxTimer represents an extremely easy-to-use server-side or client-side timer component. Unlike standard and other 3rd party timer components, it exposes complete client-side API. You can stop or start the timer on the client side, change the tick interval, and of course, respond to tick events.

The ASPxTimer generates recurring events at specified time intervals. The ASPxTimer.Interval property allows the time before the ASPxTimer.Tick event is raised relative to the last occurrence of the ASPxTimer.Tick event.

Note

The ASPxTimer control provides you with a comprehensive client-side functionality implemented using JavaScript code (see DevExpress.Web.Scripts to learn more):

The client-side API is always available for this control.

The ASPxTimer's client-side API includes two methods: the ASPxClientTimer.SetInterval and ASPxClientTimer.SetEnabled.

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