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I have been interested in web audio for some time, and Angular.js as well, so I decided to make a library that manages sounds the "angular" way.
Using Angular.js, we've simplified audio's complicated play(), pause() and current time properties to a getter / setter interface. In a way this is a prollyfill, an interpretation of how audio on the web should be.
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Web Audio, the Angular Way
Known in some development circles as the "code whisperer", Daniel Stern has been writing code since as long as he can remember, and writing code professionally for the net for over five years. Daniel attended Seneca College in Ontario, Canada, where he took Graphic Design, which has helped him keep an aesthetic focus on his projects. Some of Daniel's projects include Angular Audio, the Choose Your Own Adventure library CYO, and the totally useless but somehow awesome Magic Circles.