Streaming entertainment is a massive interest of mine as both a consumer and a web developer. My love of streaming entertainment dates back to the early years of RealPlayer and the misery of a million codecs. Fast forward to today and I work a lot with ReactJS, as well as dozens of streaming technologies such as YouTube, Twitch, Facebook, and so on. That led me to think: is there a good open source component for embedding videos from popular video providers?
Let's look at ReactPlayer, a very simple but useful component for streaming video players for ReactJS!
The use of the ReactPlayer component is very simple:
import ReactPlayer from & # 39; react-player & # 39 ;; class app expands component
ReactPlayer offers a number of options for both general and service-specific viewing, as well as a number of callbacks for events and even multi-source playback options.
ReactPlayer is a great tool for embedding popular media resources on your own site. The configuration is minimal and you can use any video service within a few minutes.
Designs for simplicity
Before we start It is worthwhile to briefly present myself to a brief moment. My name is Mark (or @integralist if Twitter happens to be your favorite means of communication) and I am currently working for BBC News in London, England as a chief engineer / tech …
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Duplicate the tooltips of jQuery homepages with Dojo
The jQuery home page has a fairly soft tooltip-like effect as shown below:
This way you can achieve the same effect with Dojo.
The above HTML is taken directly from the jQuery home page – no changes.
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