Media APIs for the multi-device web

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A host of new Web technologies are transforming the way we create, distribute and consume media.

In this session, we help you understand the new APIs and show off some stunning real-world implementations.

– WebRTC: what’s new and what’s next.
– EME: what is it and how can I use it?
– Media Source Extensions: for adaptive streaming, time shifting and more.
– Web Audio: sophisticated audio.
– and update.
– Transcripts, captions and the track element: deep linking and deep search.
– Working with Web Components.
– State of the codecs.
– Best practice for mobile platforms.

Author:
Sam Dutton
Sam Dutton is a Developer Advocate for Chrome at Google in London. Sam has designed and coded numerous websites, but has also built applications with C++/Qt and has some experience of Symbian and Android. He is excited by the increasingly high base level of capability in browsers and (mobile) hardware. He previously worked for the BBC and ITN, is a governor at Ravenstone School in London, and cares passionately about the ICT school curriculum.

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April 3rd, 2016 by