Category Archives: JavaScript

Plugins-Free WebRTC Based Peer 2 Peer Video Delivery – HTML5 Video

Originally posted on blog.kaltura.org . We invite you for a sneak preview of a new disruptive WebRTC based Peer to Peer technology and experience the first ever plugins-free, large-scale peer-assisted streaming of video from multiple sources around the world, where all…
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groovecoder: Packaged HTML5 Apps: Are we emulating failure?

groovecoder: Packaged HTML5 Apps: Are we emulating failure? ‘When we discussed Sencha’s Fastbook app on the mozilla.engagement.developers list Robert pointed out that Sencha compared their HTML5 app running in mobile web browser to Facebook’s HTML5 app running in an iOS WebView…
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“Never Having to Leave DevTools”

Never Having to Leave DevTools “Check out this short video by Remy Sharp showing us how you can use Chrome DevTools as a code editor. Literally edit JavaScript and save it back to disk without ever leaving the browser.”

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A Backbone Skeleton App

A Backbone Skeleton App “It took me some time to get an optimal code/directory layout for Backbone.js apps. Because I think this is a major pain for beginners, I prepared a well commented sample skeleton app. Get it from Github while…
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Announcing the HTML5 is Ready App Contest

Announcing the HTML5 is Ready App Contest “Together, we can destroy any lingering doubts that HTML5 is not ready, and prove that 2013 will be the year of the HTML5 app. We got the party started with the announcement of our…
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Developer suggests that Facebook was the problem with Facebooks app, not HTML5 | The Verge

Developer suggests that Facebook was the problem with Facebooks app, not HTML5 | The Verge “When Mark Zuckerberg said that “the biggest mistake we made as a company was betting too much on HTML5 instead of native,” web tool developer…
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YUIConf 2012 Talk: Douglas Crockford on Monads and Gonads Evening Keynote

YUIConf 2012 Talk: Douglas Crockford on Monads and Gonads Evening Keynote “In this evening keynote from YUIConf 2012, the legendary JavaScript architect Douglas Crockford discusses one of the most elusive of all programming concepts: the monad. With this talk, Crockford attempts…
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Linklib – lets film lovers and filmmakers send time synced links from videos to phones – a WebFWD project

Linklib – lets film lovers and filmmakers send time synced links from videos to phones – a WebFWD project “Linklib lets filmmakers, film fans, journalists and bloggers send time synched links from a full screen video directly to their audiences’ phones….
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Firefox OS Simulator 1.0 is here!

Firefox OS Simulator 1.0 is here! “Three weeks back, we introduced the Firefox OS Simulator, a tool that allows web developers to try out their apps in Firefox OS from the comfort of their current Windows/Mac/Linux computers. We’ve seen a number…
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Brett Gaylor – Three Content Types for Webmaker

Brett Gaylor – Three Content Types for Webmaker “Following on some great posts by David Humphrey, I’ve used Popcorn Maker to post some thoughts around the direction we’re headed with Webmaker content.” “This type of content exists in the wild,…
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