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Hai everyone,

i have got one requirements to do a project called online music shops...i dont know which control i should use first to play music files in is not only one mp3 may be even more than 1000mp3s file i need to know how to play those files in site....i read many articles in google..but not getting any clear if anyone has done project related to this, please let me know and please help me with sample code, you can even send me a source code

the sample site is[^]

please help me soon..i need to start the project soon
Posted 21-Nov-11 6:09am
Edited 21-Nov-11 6:18am
Uday P.Singh at 21-Nov-11 12:19pm
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Simple ASP.NET 2.0/C# MP3 Player[^] might help you out.
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which developing language do you used in your website? CMP is a free online Flash music player,
The audio video format support main MP3, FLV, MP4, and through a web interface implementation JS WMP (Windows Media Player) the support of the format to MP3, such as wma, etc
Why in web environment based on the player better than flash WMP? Because WMP is IE + Windows Only, it is clear that it is not conform to the present network development trend and flash has strong ability of cross-platform, basic support all PC operating systems neuroscience (win/Linux/MAC) and the browser (IE/FireFox/Chrome/Opera/Safari, etc) like this can make your website's player has a wider range of compatibility at present, flash is already use most network media player software and, except for PC system, flash has begun the full support android mobile phone system so web environment (BS) based on the flash player is easily the best choice
velsantosh at 22-Nov-11 0:52am
i use C# .net in server side...can yo just give me simple webpage code which allows user to listen song in site...
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