The Open Source Media Framework (OSFM) doesn’t respond well when you pass it a local F4M file path for playback. Playing back local HDS fragments is an edge case, but enough people have encountered this problem that I think it deserves a little attention.
Recently I’ve been working on a system to playback HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS) content locally, from a single file. If you have seen my previous post on HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS) or are already familiar with it, you know that the media item is packaged in such a way that there are multiple segments and fragments [...]
Prerequisites: Web server – I’m using XAMPP Text editor/IDE – I’m using Aptana & TextMate Getting started with Sencha’s EXTJS Download the Library – EXTJS 4.0.7: http://www.sencha.com/products/extjs/download/ext-js-4.0.7/1234 Unzip the contents of the download to a folder in root of your web server. I used /extjs. It should look something like the following image where “extjs” is [...]
Prompted by this post, I’ve been working on a tool that uses jsduck and Adobe AIR to create the SDOCML necessary for Aptana code hinting. Specifically I’ve been playing with EXTJS 4.0 becuaseof some interest in Sencha. In the near future I’ll post the SDOCML files that I’ve created for the code hinting and once [...]
Testing service APIs is a big pain. More so when you are using a format that isn’t widely supported by testing tools. Load testing AMF services…ugh. Recently I was tasked with finding a way to load test some AMF services built using PHP. In the past I had used jMeter for load testing. So, that [...]