Article written by Antonio Olmo Titos

MSc software engineer (University of Granada, Spain); Erasmus student (Technical University of Milan, Italy). Software developer with work experience both in Spain and in England, ranging from open source and Linux distros to Python and the web to Adobe technologies (Flex, ActionScript, AIR).

7 responses to “HTML’s <video> & Popcorn.js demo”

  1. Rick Waldron

    Great article!

    I was wondering if I could pick your brain? In all my time working on Popcorn.js core, I’ve never seen the pattern of creating empty source elements in markup followed by setting those sources directly on the wrapped Popcorn object’s media reference property. Is this a common pattern in your projects? Could this be better served with an API? Feel free to email me directly :)

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  6. Rick Waldron

    Antonio,

    My pleasure :)

    I don’t think this is necessary bad or wrong, I just had never encountered an example of Popcorn.js code that took this approach. Let’s work on this “offline” and then present a solution :)

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