player.html

One file drop-in video player web app for using video files served using basic directory listing (by pseudosavant)

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  • Not Your Typical Horizontal Rules
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-07
    This is a great exploration of how to use SVG on the web. It is a very under-utilized technology.

    One thing that would add to this post is to point out that you can define an SVG once in a document and then reference it everywhere else. That way you aren't inlining the actual SVG markup over and over and over.

    1. Place your SVG inline anywhere in the document. I usually put all of them in a `

    ` I do `display: none` on.

    2. Make sure you assigned each SVG an ID: ``

    3. Reference that SVG anywhere in your document using ``

    I use it extensively in a Github project (shameless plug) I've been working on lately. https://github.com/pseudosavant/player.html/blob/master/src/...

  • Kanban board in one HTML using localstorage
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-02-15
    I love the utility of single file web apps, even if this one does use 2 external dependencies.

    I've gotten into this myself. I made a couple of (actually) single file web apps for navigating/viewing videos on a web server, or Markdown on a web server.

    https://github.com/pseudosavant/player.html

    https://github.com/pseudosavant/markdown.html

  • Ask HN: Has anyone hired a freelance developer for a MVP?
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-01-01
    I have the same question.

    I've tried working with UpWork, but their developers seem more geared towards "known"-type of projects, involving specific tech, or specific type of jobs, or fix it jobs.

    I presented a project of some advanced JS, nothing too serious, and almost every developer declined or couldn't understand the requirements, likely because they didn't read any of my material about the project.

    The job is pretty simple: add support for https://play.Presenta.cc .json files to https://github.com/pseudosavant/player.html#playerhtml. I want to be able to have a Presenta File player, so I can play the Presenta slideshow files and video files from my local folder using the html page. That's generally it. Upwork couldn't deliver.

    This job was step one, in a very few number towards an MVP.

    Nobody on Upwork seems to be able to do this.

    I'm pretty disappointed with UpWork.

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pseudosavant/player.html is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

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