Okay, I spent too much time tonight #coding instead of sleeping, but got some #Python code now to generate the HTML for #BeardGrabber's soundboard app, as well as a #CLI tool to add new items to it.
The majority of the metadata, as well as the actual audio and image files will be grabbed straight from #Unsplash and #FreeSound's #API's.
Not sure how useful the metadata will actually be for this app, but it will help identify the files and their sources in the future. :)
Still want to work on the actual interactivity of the app, but that might be easier when I have some more sample media in it to play around with. :)
When I have some more time, I'll pull in some images and audio of things #BeardGrabber is already familiar with, and see how he responds to tapping on their pictures, hearing their sounds, and perhaps also their words.
Nice, got a #PowerShell script now which I can call from #WSL to convert text to a #Norwegian spoken WAV file using the "Microsoft Jon" voice through a System.Speech.Synthesis.SpeechSynthesizer object.
Okay, a bit of padding helps #BeardGrabber hit the individual numbers better. :)
Also highlighted the background on them, and the visual feedback makes a difference too. :D
The multiple audio files for a single item playing simultaneously needs some changes though, as that doesn't work very well when they have different durations... Should be an easy fix though.
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