Build your own radio streaming app with Howler.js 🔊

Using Howler.js to build a lightweight streaming radio app.

Gaurav Agrawal
Feb 19 · 4 min read

What is Howler.js?

Features

How you use howler.js?

var sound = new Howl({
  src: ['sound.mp3']
});

sound.play();
var sound = new Howl({
    src: 'http://prclive1.listenon.in:9960/?fbclid=IwAR1bAO9Hf-yvOGrjKVVdYt0XXnqo85o1G2IXWrzVtjIujOit5JqW7oQUtfI',
    format: ['mp3', 'aac']
});sound.play();

Building a Radio application

Listening Radio Mirchi 😃, check out the app here
if  (data.howl) {
    sound = data.howl;
} else {
    sound = data.howl = new Howl({
        src: data.src,
        html5: true,
        format: ['mp3', 'aac']
    });
}

How to find a streaming URL for a radio station?

Awesome Howler.Js

Other sound libraries

Wrapping up

Building A Web Or Mobile App?

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