Working with Audio and Video

Web sites built more than a decade ago were mainly collections of static HTML pages. Then came JavaScript, and web pages became more interactive and animated. However, media-rich web sites were still in their infancy. Over the years the situation has changed to a great extent. Web sites supporting audio and video aren’t at all uncommon. Video-sharing web sites such as YouTube have become immensely popular. To add to this media madness, social networking web sites such as Facebook and Google+ let you share videos with just a click of your mouse. The bottom line is that media-rich web sites will become more ...

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