Posts tagged client side

In case you’re not yet familiar, the JavaScript Web Workers API is a feature that facilitates the execution of scripts in an independent background process, away from any UI related logic. It should be assumed that the Worker’s life-cycle is the same as the application that called it, as it comes with start-up and instance […]

Popcorn.js, which I wrote about recently, is an infant javascript library that allows film makers to better showcase their videos on the web using html5’s video element. Using popcorn, directors can incorporating social media and integrate several features such as subtitles and credits that may be beneficial in the context of the web. Although typically, […]