vime - Customizable, extensible, accessible and framework agnostic media player

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Vime is a customizable, extensible, accessible and framework agnostic media player. The examples below are using web components but there are bindings for React, Vue, Svelte, Stencil and Angular. If you want to see how they look check out our Demo.

https://vimejs.com
https://github.com/vime-js/vime

Dependencies:

@stencil/core : ^2.5.2
@types/fscreen : ^1.0.1
fscreen : ^1.2.0
mitt : ^2.1.0
stencil-wormhole : ^3.2.2

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