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Tomahawk is a cross-platform media payer built around the Playdar API. This provides it with unique features. For more information, please visit our web site.
Plugins for the Flowplayer video player. Plugins can be used to extend the player's behavior add widgets and gadgets and such to be shown in the player canvas connect to different streaming servers and CDNs other kinds of uses that are difficult to guess in advance! Plugins can be positioned ... [More]
The Netjuke is (was) a Web-Based Audio Streaming Jukebox powered by PHP 4, a database and all the MP3, Ogg Vorbis and other format files that constitute your digital music collection. Supports images, language packs, multi-level security, random playlists, etc. The source has merged into the ... [More]
The player can be easily included in your own webpage. MP3 files can be added to the configuration XML file. The skin can be changed by your own graphics.
Here are a bunch of extensions that are developed for Firefox. Extension List Name Version Application Platform Description DictCN 3.1.3 Firefox 1.0.*-3.* All A Handy Translator for Chinese/English with voice OMusic 18.104.22.168 Firefox 1.0.*-3.* All An Online MP3 Player with Playlist ... [More]
SummaryLibrary providing easy to use cross-platform browser sound capabilities to Google Web Toolkit (GWT) projects. Questions?If you have questions, please post them on http://groups.google.com/group/gwt-voices and I (or someone else) will try to answer them as best as possible. Using the forum ... [More]
Musiker is a PHP/MySQL based AJAX program for displaying the content of an iTunes library. Musiker attempts to near duplicate the iTunes interface in a web browser, allowing for access to a users complete library from a remote location. If you would like to see Musiker in action on a deployed ... [More]
A web based media server for streaming music. The server can stream XSPF, ATOM and JSON to any client that understands those formats. The web based client reads from a server that produces any of the aforementioned formats.