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    The Future of Video

    Darcy Clarke
    Darcy Clarke
    schedule 1 year ago
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    60 mins
    Keynote
    Intermediate

    In this talk we’ll examine the past and present of video experiences on the web; Touching on Codecs, Containers, Encoders and Decoders. We'll also quickly review Digital Rights Management & the Encrypted Media Extension spec and why it's important in our future. Atop all of this, we'll showcase examples of pure JavaScript video implementations, bypassing proprietary video formats and browser limitations.

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    The jQuery Foundation - More than just jQuery

    Kris Borchers
    Kris Borchers
    schedule 2 years ago
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    60 mins
    Keynote
    Beginner

    The jQuery Foundation is always working toward making the web accessible to everyone through our efforts in open source projects, standards and the web community. This talk will highlight many of the efforts we are currently focussed on and we'll also dive into some of the projects we've been working on with the community to give you an idea of current outcomes of those efforts and demonstrate some of the uses of those projects. Though jQuery and its related projects are still important to the web, this talk will focus more on the other efforts the jQuery Foundation is involved in that many may not know about.

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    Real World WebRTC

    Eric Schoffstall
    Eric Schoffstall
    schedule 1 year ago
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    60 mins
    Keynote
    Intermediate

    WebRTC provides APIs for webcam access and P2P video/voice/data that finally give us the power to create a new calibre of web applications. However, WebRTC is not a shining unicorn just yet - there are complications when it comes to browser support, supporting mobile devices, supporting networks that can't do P2P, and more that need to be overcome. In this talk I will show you how to create a real world, stable, and highly scalable WebRTC application as well as review some of the basics behind how WebRTC works under the hood.

    Included: fun demos, real production code, horror stories from our WebRTC company.

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