relative-microtimeThis module returns the number of microseconds elapsed since January 1, 1970 00:00:00 UTC.
Note: The returned number of microseconds are locked relative to a specific time and is therefore not subject to clock drift. This is contrary to how
Date.now()operates, whos return value (in milliseconds) is always based on the system clock.
npm install relative-microtime --save
const timer = require('relative-microtime')() const milli = Date.now() const micro = timer() console.log(milli) // 1537446194859 console.log(micro) // 1537446194859132
Sync the microtime clock to the UTC wall clock.
timer = microtime()
timerfunction synced with the UTC time when
microtime()was called. Any clock drift that happens after the call to
microtime()will not influence the returned
Numberrepresenting the microseconds elapsed since the UNIX epoch.