web audio

Form Validation with Web Audio

I've been thinking about sound on websites for a while now.

When we talk about using sound on websites, most of us grimace and think of the old days, when blaring background music played when the website loaded.

Today this isn't and needn't be a thing. We can get clever with sound. We have the Web Audio API now and it gives us a great deal of control over how we design sound to be used within our web applications.

In this article, we'll experiment with just one simple example: a form.


Reactive Audio WebVR

Virtual reality has become a thing again! All of the usual suspects are involved: HTC, Microsoft, Samsung, and Facebook, among others, are all peddling their respective devices. These predictable players shouldn’t be having all the fun, though!

You make websites. You know a bit of Javascript. You have a mobile device. You can have a slice of this virtual pie too! WebVR is here, and it’s not that difficult to learn. If you already know the basics of three.js, you might be surprised at how simple it is to get it going. If you haven’t ever used three.js, this will be a fun way to learn it.