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Can you integrate Wwise into a website using JavaScript?

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Just for some context, I have basically no experience with web development, javascript, or WAAPI. All I have experience with is using Wwise in Unity and some C# scripting. I've been brainstorming an idea to make an interactive soundscape using Wwise that is made using JavaScript and can be accessed and played directly from a web browser. I'm just wondering what the viability of an idea like that is before jumping in so I don't end up learning all the tools just to realize I can't make it work.
related to an answer for: WebGL & HTML5 using Unity & Wwise
asked Mar 11, 2021 in General Discussion by Eric P. (110 points)
WAAPI is probably not what you are looking for this. WAAPI is really a way to remote control the Wwise Authoring. Unless you want the playback to occur in Wwise Authoring, this is not what you need.

Take a look at these examples : (read the files)

The examples will work when running the files locally from your browser. If you wish to run them hosted on a web server, refer to this page:
and look for "Allow browser connections from origins", you will need to add the server host name there.

Refer to this page to get started with WAAPI:

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