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Why does everyone still say HTML5? Shouldn't it just be called HTML (no version number) at this point?
WSJ namedrops iStreamPlanet again. :) https://t.co/DMVGYHELqO
RT @KenJennings: If I'm ever in a horrible disaster, I can only hope and pray that I have the presence of mind to make my phone video horizontal.
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- Why does everyone still say HTML5? Shouldn't it just be called HTML (no version number) at this point?
Monthly Archives: February 2009
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I am pleased to announce the availability of Smooth Streaming beta! The hot new media extension for IIS7 can now be downloaded from http://www.iis.net/extensions/SmoothStreaming, in both x86 and x64 flavors. The Smooth Streaming beta is also available for install through … Continue reading
As described in the previous two posts, Smooth Streaming is Microsoft’s implementation of HTTP-based adaptive streaming, which is a hybrid media delivery method. It acts like streaming, but is in fact based on HTTP progressive download. The HTTP downloads are performed … Continue reading