Professional Speedcubing/Training Timer
Versions and Update Policy
Main version: https://cstimer.net/
Latest version: https://cstimer.net/new/
Source version: https://cstimer.net/src/
It is preferred to use HTTPS protocol to visit csTimer. Although HTTP is available, some functions might not work correctly, e.g. stackmatTimer, WCA login, etc.
Using as Native APP
Currently, csTimer is able to work as a native app on mobile devices owing to Progressive Web Apps. Thus, when you open csTimer by chrome or some other modern browser on mobile devices, it will ask you whether to add csTimer to home screen. Then, you can use csTimer as a native app that also works without network access.
If you are willing to help translating cstimer into your native language, please go to this page and select your language. If your native language is not on the list, just contact me and I'll add it.
Currently, all data (including settings, session data, etc) are stored in user browser's storage. More specificently, all settings are stored in localStorage, while session data (except session meta data) are stored in indexedDB or localStorage if indexedDB is not available.
Therefore, all data will be lost if you clear browser cache. For avoiding data loss, you might use the "export" function to export/import all your data to/from a file, csTimer's server or google storage.
Data Imported to csTimer's Server / Google Storage
After https://github.com/cs0x7f/cstimer/commit/8280fdab9628c605c9abc1bc4a127e3e84016542, you are able to download data that is uploaded before the latest one from csTimer's Server / Google Storage, which might be useful for a mis-uploading. For Google Storage, csTimer will keep 10 latest uploaded data. For csTimer's server, 10 or more latest uploaded data will be kept. More specificently, I'll keep 10 latest uploaded data while others might be deleted due to our limited disk resource.
Some functions of csTimer might not work properly for domains except "cstimer.net", especially online-based export/import functions due to callback address verification. If you want to make csTimer work as a part of your own website, it is recommended to use <iframe>.