Hi Priyanshi Saxena,
You can use Timer event for that. But as per my understanding 1 sec would be too early. Can you explain your use case.
You can subscribe to the timer event and call your service in the subscription code.
Hope it helps.
You have to go the the Timer thing you created on the composer and go the the Configuration options on Left panel.
This is for Timer thing but I was talking about the TimerEvent which is already created
TimerEvent it's triggered on TImer thing frequency, if you want to have different frequencies you need different Things.
so in this case the Thing in which we are subscribing to the timer event should have template as timer?
No, you can subscribe from any other Thing To the Timer Thing, but there's only one TimerEvent, which will trigger all the subscriptions.
For different time intervals you need to create different timer things with different configurations and then Add subscription in Things, Thing Templates or Thing Shapes wherever you want. In subscription info tab select Timer thing(Timer thing configured with desired time interval) as source and event as Timer