PulseCountDown in Android is an alternative to CountDownTimer. A CountDownTimer is an accurate timer that can be used for a website or blog to display the count-down to any special event, such as a birthday or anniversary. It is very easy to implement PulseCountDown instead of CountDownTimer because PulseCountDown provides a default layout with some beautiful animations. By default, the start value of PulseCountDown is 10 and the end value is 0. Suppose there needs a quiz app, and in that add time limit to answer a question there PulseCountDown can be used.
Table of Attributes
Starting value of the PulseCountDown (by default 10)
Value before which the countdown will stop(by default 0)
Navigate to the app > res > layout > activity_main.xml and add the below code to that file. In this file add the PulseCountDown view and a start button to the layout. Below is the code for the activity_main.xml file.
Go to the MainActivity file and refer to the following code. In this file add the onClickListner() method to the button to start the PulseCountDownView. Below is the code for the MainActivity file. Comments are added inside the code to understand the code in more detail.