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Responsive video element and codecs

Recently we received the question whether it is possible to get the raw mp4 file from our system, because that person wanted to use it as part of their UI. While this is possible, and you could in theory simply embed a raw mp4 file in your site, we explained how we developed our components to take advantage of multiple optimizations to give your users a better experience.

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Introducing <mave-text>

After a busy year we already have something new to show you. We’re introducing the mave-text component to embed a textual representation of a video directly onto your site. It features autoscroll, highlights the current word, and enables you to jump to a specific position in the video by clicking on a paragraph

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What we've been up to in 2023

We’ve had a busy 2023 and are excited to showcase our latest features. Expect a detailed look at our new component library, with features like enhanced subtitles and customizable themes, our open source metrics product, and much more. Join us as we dive into these developments and share the story behind each feature.

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Creating a custom start and end screen in the player

We’ve been busy with helping customers with specific use cases. We’d like to share these use cases so anyone can start building their own custom intro or outro.

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Open sourcing our video metrics

These days the are great tools to measure everything that occurs in your site. Clicks, reading time, loading times, errors and so forth. And we care about the video content on our websites in the same way… right?

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Contenteditables in Phoenix LiveView

We can’t emphasize enough that focusing on small details matters when building applications. Phoenix LiveView makes it very easy to do just that. It’s awesome. And this is already the third post we created about it. So if you’re wondering whether we can spend a whole post on conteneditables, then yes, we can.

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Page transitions with Phoenix LiveView

Last time I discussed the details of error handling and animating these when building an application with Phoenix Liveview. At mave, we care about those details and you probably do too. Otherwise, you wouldn’t be reading this. Today we’ll dive into another topic we’ve tackled: page transitions.

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Animating error tags in Phoenix LiveView

We really love Phoenix LiveView here at mave. Your focus, even as backend developer, moves towards little interactions that have impact and makes your product feel solid. We just need small changes to get the result consistently throughout our app. Let’s take a look at error handling with Phoenix’ LiveView form.

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