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Flex mp3 stream player

Posted on 2011-09-29
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hi all, I'm looking for a flex code for a simple mp3 stream player with buffering options + play volume options..

anyone has code to share with?

PS: I'm not looking for SWF file, I'm looking for the source code..
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looks like the UI is missing.. can you help
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You can create your custom UI by using Flex components
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I tested and yes it seems to work pretty good.. but for the UI, is it possible to have basic UI like this:

http://flash-mp3-player.net/players/mini/

i know it's pretty simple but can you give MXML or action script? I just put Play and Pause labels and played them which is working good..
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I don't know what skin would you like search on Google

"Player Flex Skin" and you can download at least 10 open sources
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just the basic audio streamer, like this one (mini)?

http://flash-mp3-player.net/players/mini/
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I cannot understand why sometime our experts so lazy...

<s:Application name="Spark_VideoPlayer_playPauseButton_enabled_test"
			   xmlns:fx="http://ns.adobe.com/mxml/2009"
			   xmlns:s="library://ns.adobe.com/flex/spark"
			   xmlns:mx="library://ns.adobe.com/flex/halo" creationComplete="buffering()">
	
	<fx:Script>
		<![CDATA[
			import mx.events.FlexEvent;

			private var _interval:Number;
			private var _value:uint = 0;

			protected function buffering():void{
				var interval:Number;
				track.percentWidth = 0;
				function buffering():void{
					track.percentWidth++;
					if(track.percentWidth == 100)
						clearInterval(interval);
				};
				interval = setInterval(buffering, 50);
			}

			protected function play(evt:Event):void{
				clearInterval(_interval);
				if(playPauseButton.selected == true)
					_interval = setInterval(test, 50);
			}

			private function test():void{
				if(_value == 100){
					clearInterval(_interval);
					_value = 0;
					playPauseButton.selected = false;
				}else{
					scrubBar.value = ++_value;
				}
			}
		]]>
	</fx:Script>
	
	<s:Group left="0" right="0" height="25">
		<!-- background -->
		<s:Rect left="0" right="0" top="0" bottom="0">
			<s:fill>
				<s:LinearGradient rotation="90">
					<s:GradientEntry color="0xFFFFFF"/>
					<s:GradientEntry color="0xDCDCDC"/>
				</s:LinearGradient>
			</s:fill>
		</s:Rect>
		<s:ToggleButton id="playPauseButton" left="0" bottom="0" selected="false"
						skinClass="spark.skins.spark.mediaClasses.normal.PlayPauseButtonSkin"
						focusIn="event.target.depth=1" focusOut="event.target.depth=0" 
						click="play(event)"/>
		
		<!-- The skin pat that defines the video timeline -->
		<s:Button id="track" left="40" top="6" right="10" width="0" height="11"
				  skinClass="spark.skins.spark.mediaClasses.normal.ScrubBarTrackSkin" />
		
		<s:ScrubBar id="scrubBar" left="40" top="6" right="10" width="100%" 
					liveDragging="true" value="0" maximum="100"
					skinClass="spark.skins.spark.mediaClasses.fullScreen.ScrubBarSkin" />

	</s:Group>
</s:Application>

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thanks and yes you're right, too lazy :-)
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