With HTML5 approaching maturity and cross-industry implementation, and particularly in the light of Adobe’s recent announcement that they plan to stop supporting Flash for mobile devices, it is important to be ready and know where the wind blows. What should you know about HTML5 when creating media centric sites? How close are we to feature-parity
Many may have found the latest news rocking, shocking, or maybe as a “little too late”… In case you didn’t follow the news yesterday, Danny Winokur, VP of Interactive Development at Adobe made the following announcement: “We will no longer continue to develop Flash Player in the browser to work with new mobile device configurations (chipset, browser,
We’re happy to announce the deployment of version 1.5 of the Kaltura HTML5 Video Library. This release includes a number of enhancements in the playlist handler, the addition of QUnit tests for many player features and many additional plugins. This blog post will give you a high level overview of all the changes. For more in-depth
Remember the post about making Facebook understand and present the videos on your page? Thanks to our dear reader Jon, we noticed Facebook has recently updated their Open Graph tags requirements to include HTML5 and non-Flash-non-HTML5 fallback video file links, otherwise, Facebook will not show your videos when users share them on their wall.
We proudly introduce the new revamped Html5Video.org . The site is aiming to provide the entire HTML5 video community with ton of valuable information, comparisons between the different HTML5 media players available and everything a HTML5 developers need to know to create awesomely engaging HTML5 web video experiences! So step right into: http://html5video.org/