[webkit-help] <audio> tag API, a few questions.

StuFF mc mc at stuffmc.com
Thu Dec 23 02:57:13 PST 2010

Thanks for pointing at that!

But... :( Sadly, "stalled" comes the first time the media is
"loading", but not when it's buffering. I really have a hard time
understanding the way it's implemented in webkit. I'm totally
disapointed - even more with this answer:

Again, Kumar, thanks! If anybody has another Idea?


On Thu, Dec 23, 2010 at 1:50 AM, Kumar <srikumarks at gmail.com> wrote:
> Do you not get a "stalled" event?
> http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/video.html#event-media-stalled
> Disclaimer: Haven't tried this myself.
> -Kumar
> On Thu, Dec 23, 2010 at 4:07 AM, StuFF mc <mc at stuffmc.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I'm new here. So short intro, I'm an iPhone dev - you can see some of
>> things I did on http://pomcast.biz - and the questions I have here are
>> for http://radiopodcast.com which is a website + iPhone app I did for
>> a client.
>> I'm in the process of converting the basics of this iPhone (native)
>> app to a small Web App, using HTML5 (<audio> mainly), CSS3
>> (animations) & JS (jQuery).
>> The first question is actually reported here:
>> https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=51281 - It's kind of a bummer
>> :( Related to that, I was wondering how one can test the "current"
>> status of the "mobile" version of WebKit - Maybe with Some Android? :)
>> Today I stumbled on a second problem. Since I'm playing streams, they
>> can always be "stopped"/"buffering" because of many "network" reasons.
>> And I realized I couldn't find the corresponding JS event, or at least
>> everything I tried didn't work on WebKit (in this case, it's not even
>> working on Desktop, so I didn't check on Safari Mobile).
>> Cheers.
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