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Creating an MP3 Player with HTML5

Use HTML5, CSS, Javascript and XML to create a fully functional MP3 Player

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Looking for a fun project to sharpen your HTML5 and Javascript skills? Are up for pushing your HTML5 and Javascript skills further?

This course will take you through all of the steps necessary to create a fully functional MP3 player using HTML5, Javascript and a little CSS. The course provides a great way to learn more about HTML5 and CSS, while completing a programming project that is both rewarding and fun.

You'll code along with master instructor Mark Lassoff as you learn to create a fully featured MP3 player that includes time elapsed output, a song position scrubber and click-to-load interface allowing you to change songs at the click of a mouse. Along the way you'll be learning valuable HTML5 and Javascript techniques that you can apply to almost any development project.
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