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Creating a new REST server

During the last few years while working at Kaltura I have written, with my team members, many REST client libraries in many languages (including Python, Java, PHP, Javascript, ActionScript, C#, Erlang, ObjectiveC, and Ruby) against different servers. We also implemented REST servers in different languages (PHP, C#, NodeJS). The REST standard is wide, and yet the

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The Choice to Make: Deciding on Your Video Workflows and Experiences

When looking to add video to your product workflows, there are a number of choices you can make. On one extreme, your developers can create all the tools needed to handle video themselves: choose an infrastructure or IaaS, put together all the backend processes and front-end components required, and invest a lot of sweat and

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JaM: PHP App Monitoring Made Easy

A few months back, we, at Kaltura, held an internal hackathon, this post will cover my hackathon project: a PHP monitoring system called JaM. The Need I started thinking about JaM following a conversation I had with a colleague of mine. His team had a fatal error in their code because the person who wrote

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Kaltura Hackathon 2015

Some of the things we pride ourselves on at Kaltura are collaboration, openness, and creativity. So at the end of the year, we ran our annual internal Kaltura Hackathon in the Tel Aviv office, with remote participants from New York and London as well. It was an awesome couple of days of innovation, fun, and

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FOSDEM Open Media devroom

If you’re interested in Open Source Media projects, be sure to hit the Open Media devroom at FOSDEM next week. The conference is happening in Brussels on January 30 and 31. We’re proud to be organizing this particular developer room along with the European Broadcasting Union. Come by to discuss all things Free & Open

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Help make Kaltura CE better! Participate in the 2015 Kaltura CE Survey

At Kaltura we believe that video is changing the world for the better. Every day we get to see developers create unique video applications and experiences that improve the ways we communicate, teach and learn, engage and connect with each other, do business, protect valuables, provide care and more. It is our goal to continue and empower anyone, anywhere,

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HTML5 Based Mobile OS and the Future of Video Phone Apps

It was nine years ago, during the W3C workshop in 2004, that Mozilla Foundation and Opera Software proposed, and has been rejected for, their desire to continue and develop HTML with a focus “on developing technologies that are backwards compatible with existing browsers.” A few months later, unwilling to budge their admirable ambition, Mozilla, Opera,