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Use the HTML5 Audio tag to create Audio Player in web

Author: bamboo06 on 29-10-2014, 02:30, views: 630

1 Currently, there is no standard way on the WEB page to play audio files, most of the audio files is to use the plug-in to play, but many browsers use different plug-ins. The arrival of HTML5, give us a standard way to play WEB audio files, users no longer upgrades such as Adobe Flash, Apple QuickTime Player and other plug-in for your browser, simply use a modern browser can listen to whatever can be issued sound WEB site.
Use the HTML5 Audio tag to create Audio Player in web

Category: HTML5

 

HTML5 video tag video

Author: bamboo06 on 29-10-2014, 02:11, views: 676

1 At this stage, we want to embed in a web page the most reliable and the most common way is to use video Flash, through the use of object and embed tags, you can play swf, flv format video files through the browser, but the premise is the browser must be installed first tripartite plugin: Adobe Flash Player. The arrival of HTML5 change the fact that, WEB developers only need to use video tag you can easily load the video files without the need for any third-party plug-ins.
WEB will be able in the future to any terminal, any platform simply by the HTML5 [video] tag will be able to achieve load the video file.

Category: HTML5

 

Cross-browser compatible HTML5 video and audio player

Author: bamboo06 on 29-10-2014, 01:48, views: 1247

6 The HTML5 video and audio tags are used to join the video and audio tags in the page, with the support html5 browsers do not need to be pre-loaded Adobe Flash browser plug-in will be able to quickly and easily play video and audio files. And html5media.js can make video and audio tags take effect on the browser does not support html5.
Cross-browser compatible HTML5 video and audio player

Use html5media.js can be viewed on all browsers html5 video and audio files, which make up the lower versions of IE browser does not support the [video] and [audio] tag, you only need to load html5media.js use the [video] and [audio] tag will be able to cross-browser play video and audio.

Category: Javascript / HTML5