Browser shim for Node.js
See documentation at nodejs.org
This module does not provide the same level of time precision as node.js, but provides a matching API and response format.
Use hrtime independent of environment (node or browser).
It will use
process.hrtime first and fallback if not present.
const hrtime = require('browser-process-hrtime') const start = hrtime() // ... const delta = hrtime(start)
You can monkey-patch
process.hrtime for your dependency graph like this:
process.hrtime = require('browser-process-hrtime') const coolTool = require('module-that-uses-hrtime-somewhere-in-its-depths')
This was originally pull-requested against node-process, but they are trying to stay lean.