Popcorn Build Tool

Build your own popcorn!



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    […] by David Seifried, a Mozilla based website for what Mozilla is doing with Popcorn, and a shiny new build tool, built by Chris De […]

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    […] Visit this site and you’ll also find a build tool where you can create a customized version of the library. By selecting only the plugins + players you need, you’ll be able to ship a lightweight version of popcorn on any site you develop. Tip of the hat to Lloyd Hillial at Mozilla Labs for creating the foundation for this tool, and Christopher DeCairos for taking it across the finish line. […]

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    […] non soltanto. Popcorn.js 1.0 può essere scaricato integralmente o generato selezionando soltanto i componenti davvero utili. Esistono player per le piattaforme di video più comuni e una serie di plugin per estenderne le […]

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    […] to include the full Popcorn library with all the plugins, as we are doing here. Instead, use the Popcorn Build Tool to create your own version of the library with only the plugins you […]

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    […] to include the full Popcorn library with all the plugins, as we are doing here. Instead, use the Popcorn Build Tool to create your own version of the library with only the plugins you […]

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    […] to include the full Popcorn library with all the plugins, as we are doing here. Instead, use the Popcorn Build Tool to create your own version of the library with only the plugins you […]

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    […] to include the full Popcorn library with all the plugins, as we are doing here. Instead, use the Popcorn Build Tool to create your own version of the library with only the plugins you […]

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    […] to include the full Popcorn library with all the plugins, as we are doing here. Instead, use the Popcorn Build Tool to create your own version of the library with only the plugins you […]

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    […] to include the full Popcorn library with all the plugins, as we are doing here. Instead, use the Popcorn Build Tool to create your own version of the library with only the plugins you […]

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    […] to include the full Popcorn library with all the plugins, as we are doing here. Instead, use the Popcorn Build Tool to create your own version of the library with only the plugins you need.Get Popping!Inside […]

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