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JavaScript error reference

“Below, you’ll find a list of errors which are thrown by JavaScript. These errors can be a helpful debugging aid, but the reported problem isn’t always immediately clear. The pages below will provide additional details about these errors.”


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Player

“An instance of the Player class is created when any of the Video.js setup methods are used to initialize a video. In the following example, the data-setup attribute tells the Video.js library to create a player instance when the library is ready.”


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components

“The architecture of the Video.js player is centered around components. The Player class and all classes representing player controls and other UI elements inherit from the Component class. This architecture makes it easy to construct the user interface of the Video.”


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Git Catastrophes and Tips to Avoid Them

“In this post, I’d like to highlight some git features that might be less used/known, but can end up saving your @$$ when things go south in the codebase. Fortunately, it is really hard to irrevocably mess something up with git, as long as you have the .git hidden folder in your project intact!”


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Storing and retrieving audio (mp3) with localForage

“However I want to store / cache the loaded mp3 locally so that the user only has to download it once and the app can work offline. The files are approx 750 KB. In the example below the file is only 74 KB. However I can’t seem to retrieve the audio in a format I can play…”


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