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Going cross-platform ultimately saves time and money—and makes you more competitive in the highly fragmented OTT space. You.i Engine One is a cross-platform solution built for streaming enterprises. Create stunning UIs that share the same codebase across all major OTT and Pay TV platforms.

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TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS

BUILDING STREAMING

VIDEO APPS WITH HTML

Are you evaluating HTML as a multiscreen solution for your suite of OTT applications? If yes, this paper contains a detailed list of considerations that measures how effective web technology is against modern streaming video paradigms.

Download the free guide to Building Streaming Video Apps with HTML and learn more about browsers’ chances of success against:

  • Platform reach (Roku, Android TV, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and next-gen consoles)
  • Platform-specific APIs
  • NPM Ecosystems
  • Impact on developer experience
  • User experience capabilities
  • Performance scaling

Download A Cross-Platform Mindset for OTT and learn how your organization can become more efficient and agile with a cross-platform approach to development.

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BUILDING STREAMING

VIDEO APPS WITH HTML

Are you evaluating HTML as a multiscreen solution for your suite of OTT applications? If yes, this paper contains a detailed list of considerations that measures how effective web technology is against modern streaming video paradigms.

Download the free guide to Building Streaming Video Apps with HTML and learn more about browsers’ chances of success against:

  • Platform reach (Roku, Android TV, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and next-gen consoles)
  • Platform-specific APIs
  • NPM Ecosystems
  • Impact on developer experience
  • User experience capabilities
  • Performance scaling

Download A Cross-Platform Mindset for OTT and learn how your organization can become more efficient and agile with a cross-platform approach to development.

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TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS

Author: Erik Uggeldahl