[PD] pd on web: odds and ends
Scott R. Looney
scottrlooney at gmail.com
Tue Sep 3 00:14:02 CEST 2013
hi jonathan, i will let sebastian comment on this more directly (and
accurately) but last i recall webpd used sink.js and he definitely wanted
to transition to web audio fully. looks like he's well into the process of
this transition based on the github page...
i would personally not worry about making it work with Mozilla's Audio Data
API. it has basically been abandoned by Mozilla in favor of Web Audio,
although it's a bit of a slow transition. Web audio is already available in
their Aurora beta browser, though i believe the code has to enable it
first. by next year this time i believe Firefox will fully transition to
Web Audio and everyone will be on the same page.
On Mon, Sep 2, 2013 at 2:31 PM, Jonathan Wilkes <jancsika at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi list,
> A few questions:
> 1) Where is pdpedia? Is it dead?
> 2) With webpd: does it ignore objects that won't create? Two
> a) it would make it possible for me to integrate webpd into a future
> Pdpedia and
> have it work (more or less) for the help patches of internal objects
> b) that would seem to fit the spirit of a web API
> 3) Does webpd use both Mozilla's audio api and webkit's web audio API? A
> demo patch seemed to work ok in Mozilla nightly build without any tweak,
> which was nice.
> I think I can get a kind of "Frankenstein" improved Pdpedia going:
> * there's a canvas-to-svg tcl program that I can use to get svgs of
> every PDDP help patch.
> * get Pdpedia to insert webpd script link in each page, then all I need is
> sort of play/pause controls and a good number of the signal help patches
> should be able to produce sound
> * maybe insert a link for the Pd patch source
> online and see the patch, and even cut and paste some text from it on
> Ideally, the svg generation would be automated so we could update/fix
> help patches and the corresponding svg would get the updates.
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