How to Customize HTML5 Video Player Controls with VideoJS?

Prince Yadav
Updated on 03-Oct-2022 14:00:36
In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to customize HTML5 video player controls of a video player created using video.js. With the help of the Video.js library, we can configure each and every aspect of a video player without much hassle. Everything from the video player controls to the buttons and even to the progress bars and volume sliders can be controlled in video.js. Furthermore, we have access to a large number of pre-built video player themes created by the video.js community. In this essay, we'll look at both alternatives. First, let's start by changing the color of our ... Read More

How to Customize Video.js Player Skins?

Prince Yadav
Updated on 03-Oct-2022 14:00:14
In this tutorial, we're going to learn how to customize the skins of a video player created using video.js. Video.js library allows controlling each and every aspect of your video player. Literally, anything can be configured, from button icons to size to color and much more. And on top of that, we also can access a lot of pre-built video player themes made by the video.js community. We're going to explore both options in this article. First, let's start by tinkering with some of the aspects of the default video.js skin. How to customize Video.js player Skins? When the Video.js ... Read More

How to set the position of the table caption in JavaScript?

Shubham Vora
Updated on 03-Oct-2022 13:30:40
In this tutorial, we will learn how to set the position of the table caption in JavaScript. A table is a well-defined collection of rows and columns also called tabular data. Using the table, you can look up different values that indicate some relationship between different data types very quickly and easily. Such as a person and their age, storing a calendar data structure, stocks data, company data, to-do list, weekend schedule, or the schedule for a nearby swimming pool. The following two tags surround the content of each table: Insert these into the body of your HTML. A ... Read More

Getting Started with VideoJS

Prince Yadav
Updated on 03-Oct-2022 10:17:34
Video.js is a famous, well-known, and easy-to-use modern web video player. It was created from the ground up with the HTML5 world in mind. It supports a diverse range of video streaming formats such as HTML5 Video, media source extensions as well as other modern video playback formats like Youtube, Vimeo, Flash, and others. It also allows for video playbacks on various platforms like PCs, laptops, and mobile devices. The project began in the middle of 2010, and the player is now utilized on more than 700, 000 websites. Hundreds of contributors, from all over the world, are now working ... Read More

Creating a responsive Video Player using Video.js

Prince Yadav
Updated on 03-Oct-2022 10:12:06
In this tutorial, we'll look at how to use video.js to create a responsive video player. A responsive video player is one that resizes itself to fit the size of the screen. By creating a responsive video player, we ensure that our video player is never cropped from the sides and is always presented fully, regardless of the device or screen size. Having a consistent player will also enhance the viewing experience of the end user. Let's move ahead to the next section of the article and learn how to make the video player responsive using video.js. Creating a Responsive ... Read More

Adding Custom buttons and/or Controls to Video.js

Prince Yadav
Updated on 03-Oct-2022 09:59:04
In this tutorial, we'll have a look at how to create a custom button and add it to our video player created using video.js. Adding a custom button to a video player allows you to have more control and flexibility over the player. With the help of a button, complex functionalities could be added to the video player, which is further going to enhance the user experience of a person interacting with the video player. For example, adding a button that shows the stats of the video or a button that lets you show a popup on the screen, etc. ... Read More

How to Print the Multiplication Table in Triangular Form in Golang?

Aman Sharma
Updated on 30-Sep-2022 08:18:29
In this tutorial, we are going to generate the Multiplication Table in Triangular Form using Golang programming. To achieve this we have two ways, one using the nested loops and another using the recursion concept. Using for nested loops to generate the Multiplication Table in Triangular Form Algorithm Step 1 − Declaring the int type variable in which we will store the number till which we have to generate the multiplication table in triangular form. Step 2 − Initialize the number with the respective value till which we have to generate the multiplication table in triangular form. Step 3 ... Read More

How to print Hello World! In Golang?

Aman Sharma
Updated on 30-Sep-2022 08:01:41
In this tutorial, we are going to explore the code for printing the Hello World! In Golang. Also, we will see by using which package and function we can do this thing. To print anything in Golang we import the fmt package that includes the various functions to print anything in Golang. Different function fmt package consists of. Print() Printf() Println() Syntax packageName.functionName(“Thing you want to print”) Algorithm Step 1 − Import the fmt package after package declaration. Step 2 − Go to the respective function where you want to print. Step 3 − Call any ... Read More

How to Count the Number of Digits in an Integer in Golang?

Aman Sharma
Updated on 30-Sep-2022 07:58:46
In this tutorial, we are going to find the number of digits in an integer using the Golang programming language. This tutorial will include two ways to find the number of digits in an integer, one by using the for loop and another by the recursion concept. Explanation Number = 5436 The number of the digit in the above number is 4. Number = 783 The number of the digit in the above number is 3. Logic Explanation Suppose we have a number 32456 we are storing it into a tempNumber in the above code. tempNumber = 32456 count = ... Read More

How to Check if two of three boolean variables are true in Golang?

Aman Sharma
Updated on 30-Sep-2022 07:52:32
In this tutorial we are going to see that the two of three boolean variables are true or not in Golang. As there are only three variables then we can use the if else condition statements to check this thing.Checking with if, elseif and else condition statements. Algorithm Step 1 − Declaring the boolean variables that we will compare later. Step 2 − Initializing the variables with respective values. Step 3 − Comparing the variables using if elseif and else ladder. Example 1 In this example we will check with if, elseif and else condition statements. package main ... Read More
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