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Re: anyone using enyo with webaudio and MIDI (kinda ot/obscure)?

From: Chris Wilson <cwilso@google.com>
Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2012 09:38:14 -0700
Message-ID: <CAJK2wqVDbiwpSFp8Ockzb01eFJJOpTXZYsbEYb_YxC2yUjca=Q@mail.gmail.com>
To: Peter Nyboer <pete@lividinstruments.com>
Cc: public-audio@w3.org
Hey Peter-

I haven't used Enyo yet, but have been using jQuery Knob (e.g. for the MIDI
Synth: http://webaudiodemos.appspot.com/midi-synth/index.html), and after a
quick glance at Enyo, the usage would be moderately simple.  Enyo has a
strong encapsulation model, which may or may not seem natural to you.  It
seems to have a pretty rich control set, so I might move to it.

The UI stuff definitely is the hard part to me, too - that synth took me
less than a day to write and tweak the audio and midi code, and most of the
rest of the week to build the UI!
On Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 3:58 PM, Peter Nyboer <pete@lividinstruments.com>wrote:

> I'm kind of curious about the "promise" of enyo (http://www.enyojs.com).
> It certainly is easy to get some UI stuff up, and I like the cross-platform
> potential. I'm curious about getting some MIDI and webaudio things working
> with it.
> However, I'm definitely no expert in web development, and I'm not sure how
> to wrap my head around talking to the UI elements that enyo generates. It's
> definitely not as simple as getting elements with getElementById() then
> setting values of UI elements (checkboxes in particular).
> It's probably not too hard to call some webaudio functions: it's mostly
> the UI stuff that is sticking my gears.
> If someone has any practice with this, I'd love to hear it and contribute
> some work!
> Peter
>
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