.watchers.resumeAll

Last updated 27 days ago

Resumes all the currently registered watchers.

Returns

(Promise<void>): A promise that fulfills when all of the registered watchers have been resumed. If a registered watcher is not paused, it will simply resolve automatically, bypassing Lampix.

Example

import lampix from '@lampix/core';
const state = {
registeredWatchers: []
};
const draw = (recognizedObjects) => {
// Drawing amazing effects
};
const watcher1 = {
name: 'DepthClassifier',
shape: lampix.helpers.rectangle(0, 0, window.innerWidth / 2, window.innerHeight),
onClassification: draw
};
const watcher2 = {
name: 'DepthClassifier',
shape: lampix.helpers.rectangle(window.innerWidth / 2, 0, window.innerWidth / 2, window.innerHeight),
onClassification: draw
};
lampix.watchers.add(watcher1, watcher2)
.then((registeredWatchers) => {
state.registeredWatchers = registeredWatchers;
// Remove them right away!
// The removal expression below is equivalent to
return lampix.watchers.pauseAll();
})
.then(() => {
// watcher1 and watcher2 are now paused
console.log(registeredWatchers[0].state.active); // false
console.log(registeredWatchers[1].state.active); // false
return lampix.watchers.resumeAll();
})
.then(() => {
// watcher1 and watcher2 are now resumed
console.log(registeredWatchers[0].state.active); // true
console.log(registeredWatchers[1].state.active); // true
});

Notes

You can resume a single registered watcher by using its .resume() method as well.