enumerateDevices - A small project to normalize browser differences for enumerating media devices

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####What This is a simple module for normalizing the differences in enumerating media devices in webkit (Chrome/Opera) and Mozilla (Firefox). ####Why Because the usages and results of the two implementations differ, and it's nice to normalize the behavior and results.

https://github.com/xdumaine/enumerateDevices

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