One of the web’s largest online document sharing site has, decided to move to HTML5, leaving behind the technology that has been faithful to it for all these years – Adobe Flash. Jared Friedman, co-founder and CTO of Scribd considers flash as a excellent platform for online games, but not everything that it is used for, and definitely not showing documents. Scribd claims that its HTML5 viewer will make it compatible with every device out there and make Scribd a more usable than before. Scribd demos its HTML5 viewer here on TechCrunch. Scribd also claims that they have tamed the issue of supporting all browsers when it comes to serving their new HTML5 viewer. Currently Scribd will go with a Flash-HTML5 model and then in 6 months from now they plan to go Flash free.
- How to detect the bitrate of a live stream in Red5 or Red5 Pro
- Detect if the stream being published to Wowza is an SRT stream or not.
- Read a text file from Wowza’s conf directory
- Checking Stream Latency using embedded Timecode in OBS (Hindi)
- CoWIN automation using selenium, AWS cloud and custom android app
Actionscript 3.0 Adobe AIR Advertising Air Android ant media server Apple automation bitrate Flash Flash Media Server Flash Player 10.1 freebies google Grahil hardware communication HTC iot iPhone Java live streaming Mobile Native Extension Native Extensions News nginx NLP Open broadcaster raspberry pi raspberry pi live streaming raspberry pi management Red5 Red5 Pro Red5pro reusable RTMP selenium Streaming system management Video Video Recorder WebRTC Wowza Wowza media server Wowza Streaming engine
© 2023 Flashvisions. All rights reserved - Mobile View