An implementation in Java and Javascript of the W3C proposal for MIDI support in browsers by Jussi Kalliokoski
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MIDIBridge


An implementation in Java and Javascript of the W3C proposal for MIDI support in browsers by Jussi Kalliokoski.

You can read the proposal at https://gist.github.com/1752949


The only files you need to get started are:

/lib/midiapplet-0.6.3.jar
/lib/midibridge-0.6.3.min.js

/lib/MidiBridge.js is the non-minified version of /lib/midibridge-0.6.3.min.js


The MIDIBridge is written in native Javascript, so you can use it conflict-free with any Javascript framework. If you use a framework, you have to embed it in your HTML file before you embed the MIDIBridge. 

The examples in the /examples folder show you how to embed the MIDIBridge in a HTML page. 

The basic example shows a basic usage of MIDIAccess, you can use this as a starting point of your own code.

The other examples are a bit more advanced, these examples also use MIDIBridge plugins. I have provided 4 plugins that makes it easier to develop your own projects and keeping your code as clean as possible.


You can check all examples online:
http://abumarkub.net/midibridge/example/basic-example.html
http://abumarkub.net/midibridge/example/setup-connections.html
http://abumarkub.net/midibridge/example/setup-connections-direct.html
http://abumarkub.net/midibridge/example/computer-keyboard.html
http://abumarkub.net/midibridge/example/play-midifile.html
http://abumarkub.net/midibridge/example/play-midifile-direct.html
http://abumarkub.net/midibridge/example/random-sequence.html


The documentation is in progress. See: https://github.com/abudaan/MIDIBridge/wiki


If you come across bugs or issues, or if you have feature requests or other questions, file an issue on Github, or email me at daniel@abumarkub.net