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MediaRain provides this web-based software now, but it's commercialware and seems to take a lot resources.
[mediarain.com...] (see the demo)
Myriad makes a free plug-in for IE and firefox too, but users have to pre-install it, and the plugin doesn't work quite good. Sometimes, music just can't be played and zoom function fails to work all the time. (take a look: [myriad-online.com...] )
That's all the choices I know now. So, i'm wondering if there's more alternatives?
Also, do you think it's worth making a website that uses MusicXML?
As far as "Is it worth it..?" That's up to the person making the site. Is there a market for it? Will you get personal satisfaction/education from it?
I'd say MusicXML is more for music professional rather than ordinary music listeners. It has a strong cross-platform compatibility and many big software can import these files. But this can actually be done by midi files too, so I don't really know why people need it.