Reviewed by: joecue on Monday, February 11, 2008
Being fairly new to .Net development (about 6 months) and being self taught I've found AspNetAudio to be one of the easiest controls to implement.
I have been redesigning the International Society of Talking Clock Collectors website (http://www.talkingclocks.net). The collection includes over 400 talking clocks, and what is a talking clock website worth without sound clips of the talking clocks? I have been searching all over to find an easy to use script or control or something that would allow me to provide a sound file for each of these clocks. All of the scripts I found either would work only in one browser or not work at all. AspNetAudio was the first control/product I found that actually worked as stated. I was able to download add it into Visual Web Developer, and place it on my page. I was able to feed through code-behind dynamically the path to the sound file for the specific clock, and then through the use of AspNetMedia GUI provide a sound icon that triggered the play function.
If it wasn't for AspNetAudio and AspNetMedia GUI I wouldn't be preparing to launch the newly design website this week. Also because of the ease of use of these two products I was able to implement them in just a few hours. Actually because of Asp.Net 2.0 I was able to design the new site in just a few days, and I'm not even a seasoned professional.
Thank you AspNetMedia for providing a professional, easy to use product, that helps developers save time.