Swift 2 Should I use 2 NSTimers or 1 for a delayed start timer
I am making an iOS app in Swift 2 that the user will select a delay (from slider) then the length of the timer. When the user clicks start, the timer will wait for the delay time and then start (by signaling a beep). When it reaches the end of the timer length, it will stop and signal with a beep.
Is it better to use one or two timers. Meaning, should I create a "Delay" timer that when it reaches the end of the delay, it starts the actual timer. OR, should I use one timer that beeps at the end of the delay time, starts the screen clock, and then beeps and terminates the timer at the end of the official timer.