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9 great color resources Colour is an integral element of design. And the web is full of endless resources and tutorials covering it. But, sometimes too much choice can be confusing. So we've picked this selection of the best resources that will really help you to get to grips with the subject. 01. Mudcube Colour Sphere 5 Libraries and APIs for Manipulating HTML5 Audio Over the past few months, I’ve come across a number of different libraries that take advantage of the relatively new HTML5 Audio API as well as the more well known HTML5 Audio Element and its simpler API. I thought I would share a small handful of these libraries in this post to show you what’s possible and what options you have if you choose to create a game or app that requires manipulation of sound files. Some of the demos included with some of these libraries are pretty nice, and the code for each of these is pretty clean and easy to use. 1. webaudiox.js Webaudiox.js is not quite a library, but a set of helpers for using the Web Audio API. It has zero dependencies and will work in any browser that supports the Web Audio API.
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