We just released a small high-level library for running ffmpeg tasks via php. You can clone or fork it here.
All new announcements will be made on our BetaEdit blog.
We just added a video player plugin for BetaJS that allows you to stream videos to many different devices. It is a meta player that currently includes JWPlayer 6 and JWPlayer 5. Depending on the given device and the given video sources, the player decides which player and which source matches your device best. For instance, JWPlayer 6 does not work with older version of iOS, etc.
It also includes a couple of useful player views that allow you to have embedded videos, embedded videos showing a video popup, and video popups by direct invocation.
- Computed Properties: Aggregated properties depending on other properties are automatically updated
- Sophisticated server synchronisation, html storage and caching stack: Queries are only executed on the server if necessary. Depending on the capabilities of the server’s REST-API, the client-side simulates all missing capabilities.
- Html-Property-Bindings: Changing properties in models automatically updates the affected elements in templates. You can use that to apply css classes or input values.
- View Library: Containers, ListViews, Buttons, etc.
The system currently lacks proper documentation and tutorials. You can take a look at the demos though. On our roadmap is the development of an operational transformation system to easily continue working with an app offline and synchronising everything when you come back online.
We have created an open-source Ruby-on-Rails-like light-weight PHP Framework called PHPrecious here. Feel free to check it out and play around with it. There is a full demo included in the demos folder.
Every component in the framework is as loosely coupled as possible. You can use it as a web framework as well as for server-site php scripts and daemons.
It mostly lacks proper documentation at this moment. Hope the demo helps you a little.
I’ve just added a small PHP library for the SendGrid Parse Api. It’s more convention than code. You can find it here. Please also take a look at http://nanceskitchen.com/2010/02/21/accept-incoming-emails-into-a-heroku-app-using-sendgrid to see how integrate SendGrid Parse with Rails and to see how to configure your name servers.