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AmplitudeJS for Live Stream HTML5 Audio
Dan Pastori April 5th, 2014

Update 5-25-2017
We’ve made it even easier for you to style HTML5 audio elements. Amplitude 3 is now available! Download it on GitHub. Check out the Amplitude site for latest documentation and a to see the latest features:


A unique issue presented itself while reviewing some of the comments in the article: http://serversideup.net/style-the-html-5-audio-element/. One of the questions was how to use the audio tag for live streams? The issue wasn’t necessarily playing the music, but getting the music to stop downloading when the user had the music paused (to save bandwidth) and to play from where the current point of the stream was at rather than starting from where the user paused the stream. With the latest release of AmplitudeJS, you can now manage live stream HTML5 audio sources and give you full control of the UI elements of the audio player.

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Tutorial: How To Style the HTML 5 Audio Player
Dan Pastori October 21st, 2012

With the introduction of HTML 5, the audio tag provides a simple way to play audio files without the use of Adobe Flash. However, with the generic controls attribute, all audio tags look the same, but without any controls defined, the audio tag is invisible. In this tutorial I provide examples and a simple library on interacting with the audio element through Javascript and CSS. This provides the developer the ability to stylize all of the buttons and make a custom UI for the Audio element.

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Dynamic Autocomplete Options with AJAX, Javascript, JQuery and PHP
Dan Pastori October 8th, 2012

There are times when you prompt your user with two autocomplete input boxes where one depends on the information entered into the first box. For example, the user selects a sport “Basketball” and the second box you choose a team “Milwaukee Bucks”, another could be the first box you select “Football” and the second box autocompletes only NFL football teams. The values that you load in the second box depend on the selection of the first box. There are three options on how to do this:

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Cisco IOS Command Cheat Sheet for Routers and Switches
Jay Rogers November 21st, 2011

So I have been getting a lot of questions in regards to programming Cisco Routers and Cisco Switches. The following document is what I took down as notes when I had to program a Cisco Router running Cisco IOS. Most of it is applicable to cisco routers, but most commands will work with switches as well.

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