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react-media - CSS media queries for React

  •    Javascript

react-media is a CSS media query component for React.A <Media> component listens for matches to a CSS media query and renders stuff based on whether the query matches or not.

neat - A lightweight and flexible Sass grid

  •    CSS

Neat is a fluid grid framework with the aim of being easy enough to use out of the box and flexible enough to customize down the road. Alternatively, you can install Neat with Bower.

laravel-medialibrary - Associate files with Eloquent models

  •    PHP

This package can associate all sorts of files with Eloquent models. It provides a simple API to work with. To learn all about it, head over to the extensive documentation. The storage of the files is handled by Laravel's Filesystem, so you can use any filesystem you like. Additionally the package can create image manipulations on images and pdfs that have been added in the medialibrary.

hack-the-media - This repo collects examples of intentional and unintentional hacks of software engineering media sources like Hacker News, Reddit, tech blogs, and news sites

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A media literacy guide that highlights ways that our media sources can give us a flawed view of the world (technology industry-specific media guide now here). These images are available to use freely (CC BY 4.0). Free stickers can be requested here — original SVGs are here and here.




sass-mq - A Sass mixin that helps you compose media queries in an elegant way.

  •    CSS

mq() is a Sass mixin that helps you compose media queries in an elegant way. Sass MQ was crafted in-house at the Guardian. Today, many more companies and developers are using it in their projects: see who uses Sass MQ.

KTVHTTPCache - A smart media cache framework.

  •    Objective-C

KTVHTTPCache is a smart media cache framework. It can cache HTTP request, very suitable for media resources. Run carthage update to build the framework and drag the built KTVHTTPCache.framework and KTVCocoaHTTPServer.framework into your Xcode project.

react-player - A React component for playing a variety of URLs, including file paths, YouTube, Facebook, Twitch, SoundCloud, Streamable, Vimeo, Wistia and DailyMotion

  •    Javascript

A React component for playing a variety of URLs, including file paths, YouTube, Facebook, Twitch, SoundCloud, Streamable, Vimeo, Wistia, Mixcloud, and DailyMotion. Not using React? No problem. The component parses a URL and loads in the appropriate markup and external SDKs to play media from various sources. Props can be passed in to control playback and react to events such as buffering or media ending. See the demo source for a full example.

yasea - RTMP live streaming client for Android

  •    C

Yasea is an Android streaming client. It encodes YUV and PCM data from camera and microphone to H.264/AAC, encapsulates in FLV and transmits over RTMP. non-gpuimage for demo without GPUImage module.


NextLevel - ⬆️ Rad Media Capture in Swift

  •    Swift

NextLevel is a Swift camera system designed for easy integration, customized media capture, and image streaming in iOS. Integration can optionally leverage AVFoundation or ARKit. Alternatively, drop the NextLevel source files or project file into your Xcode project.

PBJVision - 📸 iOS Media Capture – features touch-to-record video, slow motion, and photography

  •    Objective-C

PBJVision is a camera library for iOS that enables easy integration of special capture features and camera interface customizations in your iOS app. Next Level is the Swift counterpart. Capture is also possible without having to use the touch-to-record gesture interaction as the sample project provides.

Player - ▶️ video player in Swift, simple way to play and stream media on iOS/tvOS

  •    Swift

Player is a simple iOS video player library written in Swift. Player is available for installation using the Cocoa dependency manager CocoaPods. Alternatively, you can simply copy the Player.swift file into your Xcode project.

castnow - commandline chromecast player

  •    Javascript

Castnow is a command-line utility that can be used to play back media files on your Chromecast device. It supports playback of local video files, videos on the web and torrents. You can also re-attach a running playback session (this sentence should belong somewhere else). I currently don't have that much time to maintain this project and have also lost some interest (to be honest). Main reason is that we have had a new TV for a few months that supports casting directly to it using DLNA (you may wanna checkout dlnacast). Feel free to contact me ( simon@sope.io ) if you want to be added as a maintainer to castnow.

PortAudio - Cross-platform Audio I/O Library

  •    C

PortAudio is a free, cross-platform, open-source, audio I/O library. It lets you write simple audio programs in 'C' or C++ that will compile and run on many platforms. It provides a very simple API for recording and/or playing sound using a simple callback function or a blocking read/write interface. Example programs are included that play sine waves, process audio input (guitar fuzz), record and playback audio, list available audio devices, etc.

cordova-plugin-media - Mirror of Apache Cordova Plugin media

  •    Javascript

This plugin provides the ability to record and play back audio files on a device.NOTE: The current implementation does not adhere to a W3C specification for media capture, and is provided for convenience only. A future implementation will adhere to the latest W3C specification and may deprecate the current APIs.

MediaGoblin - Media Publishing Platform

  •    Python

MediaGoblin is a free software media publishing platform that anyone can run. You can think of it as a decentralized alternative to Flickr, YouTube, SoundCloud, etc. Video support is available.

PodcastMenu - Put Overcast on your Mac's menu bar

  •    Swift

PodcastMenu is a simple app which puts Overcast on your Mac's menu bar so you can listen to your favorite podcasts while you work. ⬇️ Click here to download the latest release.

jRespond - jRespond is a simple way to globally manage javascript on responsive websites.

  •    Javascript

####jRespond is a simple way to globally manage JavaScript on responsive websites. If your project only needs to support modern browsers I highly recommend checking out Rob Tarr's mediaCheck which uses the matchMedia method. But if you're using respond.js as a polyfill to ensure that your site responds on older browsers, jRespond is worth checking out.

FMJ - Freedom for Media in Java

  •    Java

FMJ is an alternative to Java Media Framework (JMF), while remaining API-compatible with JMF. It aims to produce a single API/Framework which can be used to capture, playback, process, and stream media across multiple platforms. The sub-projects, FFMPEG-Java and Theora-Java, are Java wrappers for FFMPEG and Vorbis respectively. Its sister project is LTI-CIVIL and it is used as the primary video capture device library.

sample-media-pwa - A sample video-on-demand media Progressive Web App

  •    Javascript

Please note: This app is being developed. There may be bugs, and everything is subject to change. This is a sample media app to demonstrate media functionality in the context of a Progressive Web App. The build of this site is being cataloged on YouTube as part of the Chrome Developers Developer Diary series.