Working with Multimedia in the Browser by Steve Kinney
The browser has come a long way in the last twenty-five years or so. The ability to click a word on a web page and be brought to a totally different page was so cutting-edge, that those blue, underlined words were called “hyperlinks.” We’re not quite as easily amused these days and that’s fine because the web has risen to the challenge. In this talk, we’ll explore some of the new media APIs in HTML5. We’ll take about getting media from from a user’s camera and microphone, building simple games in the browser, making music, and real-time communication using WebRTC.
About the Steve (@stevekinney (https://twitter.com/stevekinney))
Steve Kinney is an instructor at the Turing School of Software and Design over in LoDo. Turing is always looking for passionate software engineers interested in mentoring aspiring developers. Before Turing, Steve was a New York City public school teacher for the better part of his twenties.