- Send data between browsers with WebRTC data channels
- EME WTF?
- The Front-end of Middle-earth
- The Hobbit Experience
- Build the backend services needed for a WebRTC app
- Case Study: Building Racer
- Case Study: The Sounds of Racer
- Creating Roll It
- Next Generation Web Layout: National Geographic Forest Giant
- Case Study: Google I/O 2013 Experiment
- Audio Sprites by Remy Sharp
- HTML5 Doctor: The video element
There are also a number of demos of media APIs on simpl.info:
In the Wild
- W3C Spec: Audio Element This W3C specification defines the audio element with all the available methods, attributes and events.
- W3C Spec: Video Element This W3C specification defines the video element with all the available methods, attributes and events.
- W3C Spec: Media Elements This W3C specification defines those methods and properties which are common to both audio and video elements.
- W3C Spec: Timed Track API A subset of the media element spec currently being written where it defines means to handle metadata of audio/video files such as captions and subtitles.
- W3C: Web Audio API Working Draft for Web Audio API, defining access to local audio hardware and creating a system to process audio.
- W3C Editor's Draft: Web MIDI API Draft recommendation for exposing MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) devices to the web platform.
- W3C Working Draft: WebRTC 1.0: Real-time Communication Between Browsers Working Draft for real-time communication in the browser being developed by the Web Real-Time Communications Working Group, in conjunction with IETF RTCWEB protocol specifications and the Media Capture and Streams W3C Working Draft.