I’m making an app to memorize as many digits as possible in a given time. In my MemoryView, I have a count down timer showing time left, Some digits to memorize from an array and two buttons to get to the next or previous digits from the array. When I push the buttons more often than the timer publishes (every second), the timer pauses.
let timer = Timer.publish(every: 1, on: .main, in: .common).autoconnect()
I read in the documentation on apple:
“A timer is not a real-time mechanism. If a timer’s firing time occurs during a long run loop callout or while the run loop is in a mode that isn’t monitoring the timer, the timer doesn’t fire until the next time the run loop checks the timer. Therefore, the actual time at which a timer fires can be significantly later.”
What is the best way to get a “real-time mechanism” timer in this view so that it counts down even if I touch the buttons?