Sound possible in iPhone SDK's webform?

Discussion in 'iOS Programming' started by Danneman101, Sep 25, 2008.

  1. Danneman101 macrumors 6502

    Aug 14, 2008
    Im wondering if its possible to play a sound (preferably an .mp3-file) by pushing a button in the integrated webform of the sdk.

    For instance by using a similar javascript-code in an html-form:

    <script type="text/javascript">
    	var sound2Embed = null;
    	function sound2Play() {
    		if ( !sound2Embed ) {
    			sound2Embed = document.createElement("embed");
    			sound2Embed.setAttribute("src", "machinegun.wav");
    			sound2Embed.setAttribute("hidden", true);
    			sound2Embed.setAttribute("autostart", true);
    		} else sound2Stop();
    		sound2Embed.removed = false;

    Alternativevly, this code works in regular browsers too:

    <a href="sound/roedy.mp3"><img src="image/audio/mp3.png"
    alt="Voice" border="0"
    width="24" height="32"
    However, it does load a separate page instead of just playing the sound. Is there a way around this (if sound even is possible with this approach)? I just want the sound playing from pressing an icon.

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