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::phpMpReloaded:: The webclient for mpd

PHP Webclient Collection for MPD (music player daemon)

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This seems to be just another PHP Web Client (MPC) for the famous music server project MPD (Music Player Daemon). But it is the continuation of the existing projects phpMp, phpMp+, phpMp2, phpMp3 and thus as stable as them, although new an shiny. Simple and easy to use. Suggestions and help are welcome!

Why should I donate or leave any kind of feedback? As most developers know, open source software cannot be measured in amounts of money. Because the time spent to provide the current state of software is uncountable. So any donation or simply feedback is more than welcome and will encourage the team to move on and provide new features. - Thank you!

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Features

  • PHP5 compatible
  • added phpMp v0.11.0
  • added phpMp+ v0.2.3
  • added phpMp2 v0.11.0
  • added phpMp3 v0.2
  • added IPodMp
  • added MPD-Web-Remote (for windows mobile (opera mobile) and iphone, ipad(webkit))

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

JavaScript, PHP

Registered

2010-02-11

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