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Okay well we've come to the end of the course and I hope you got a lot out of it. I just want to leave you with some additional resources that can be helpful as you're working with HTML5 video and audio. The first is Video for Everybody by Crock and Crock was one of the first to teach us how to use HTML5 video and the embed we build was based on the code from this site. There is also a test page. We can see all the different browsers and how they support HTML5 video. The next resource is Dive Into HTML5 by Mark Pilgrim.
This is an awesome resource for not just video and audio, but all things HTML5. Lastly, I just want to show you my project, VideoJS. VideoJS is an open-source HTML5 video player I started working on in the beginning of 2010, kind of like jQuery for HTML5 video. Its main purpose is to help people get started with HTML5 video quickly and handle a lot of the browser and device bugs that we discussed. There's also some additional features like full screen or in the case of Firefox that doesn't support fullscreen yet, full window.
And then there is also some skins premade in case you like any of these. Beyond that there is the blog where I try to post any news about HTML5 video and audio. And then there is also the discussion forum where you can post any of your HTML5 video and audio related questions or any questions about VideoJS. Check out VideoJS if you think it would be useful for your own site and now that you're an expert on HTML5 video, if you think you can add to VideoJS I'd love the help.
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