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JavaScript, Node.js - WAMP

Initializing the project

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Note: This example requires Node.js to be installed.

Run the following command from the sample directory <Wwise installation path>/SDK/samples/WwiseAuthoringAPI/js/hello-wwise-node-wamp to install dependencies.

npm install

Project Code

The sample file, index.js, in the hello-wwise-node-wamp sample directory allows to connect to the Wwise Authoring API.

var ak = require('../../../../include/AK/WwiseAuthoringAPI/js/waapi.js').ak;
var autobahn = require('autobahn');

// Create the WAMP connection
var connection = new autobahn.Connection({
        url: 'ws://localhost:8080/waapi',
        realm: 'realm1',
        protocols: ['wamp.2.json']
    });

// Setup handler for connection opened
connection.onopen = function (session) {

    // Call getInfo
    session.call(ak.wwise.core.getInfo, [], {}).then(
        function (res) {
            console.log(`Hello ${res.kwargs.displayName} ${res.kwargs.version.displayName}!`);
        },
        function (error) {
            console.log(`Error: ${error}`);
        }        
    ).then(
        function() {
            connection.close();
        }
    );
};

connection.onclose = function (reason, details) {
    if (reason !== 'lost') {
        console.log("Connection closed. Reason: " + reason);
    }
    process.exit();
};

// Open the connection
connection.open();
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Note: The line var ak = require('../../../../include/AK/WwiseAuthoringAPI/js/waapi.js').ak imports a declaration of the API paths.

It is located in <Wwise installation path>/SDK/include/AK/WwiseAuthoringAPI/js.

For the sample, the path to this file is relative to the sample's location.

Running the project

Run the following command in the sample's directory:

node index.js

If the Wwise Authoring API successfully connects to Wwise, you should see the following output:

Hello Wwise 20??.?.?