Using @capgo/native-audio Package

This tutorial will guide you on how to use the @capgo/native-audio package for playing sounds in your Capacitor application.

Step 1: Installation

To install the package, open your terminal and run the following command:

npm install @capgo/native-audio

or if you prefer using yarn:

yarn add @capgo/native-audio

Step 2: Sync Native Files

After installing the package, sync the native files with the following command:

npx cap sync

Step 3: Configuration

No additional configuration is required for this plugin.

Step 4: Usage

To use the @capgo/native-audio package, you need to import the NativeAudio object from the package and use its methods.

Here's an example of how to preload an audio file and play it:

import { NativeAudio } from '@capgo/native-audio';

// Preload the audio file
  assetId: 'fire',
  assetPath: 'assets/sounds/fire.mp3',
  audioChannelNum: 1,
  isUrl: false,

// Play the loaded audio file{
  assetId: 'fire',

The preload method is used to load an audio file into memory, and the play method is used to play the loaded audio file.

Other supported methods include pause, resume, loop, stop, unload, setVolume, getDuration, and getCurrentTime. You can refer to the official documentation for more details on these methods.

That's it! You have now learned how to use the @capgo/native-audio package to play sounds in your Capacitor application.