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reactjs-media

The reactjs media is a react package with awesome HTMLMediaElements that are recreated into react components with a good looking UI and fast UX.

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Reactjs Media

Note: We recommend installing version >=1.1.2 and above. This is because any version before that will cause errors in your code.

The reactjs media is a react package with awesome HTMLMediaElements that are recreated into react components with a good looking UI and fast UX.

It includes currently only has a video and audio component.

Available components:

  • Image
  • Video
  • Audio
  • Youtube Player

Facebook player is soon Comming

Installation

To install go to your terminal and run this script

$ npm install reactjs-media

If your see no error then is is Installed.

Setup

In here we shall show a small demo on how to setup a simple video component. We shall create the default component.

import React from 'react';
import { ReactVideo } from 'reactjs-media/video';

const App = () => {
    return (
        <div>
            <MyVideo />
        </div>
    )
}

const MyVideo = () => {
    return (
        <>
        <div>
            <ReactVideo
                src='https://www.example.com/myvideo.mp4'
                poster='/poster.png'
            />
        <div/>
        </>
    )
}

The above code can be used to create the most basic video component. .

Try it on Codesandbox

A few important props you can pass are here: | Prop | type | Function | | -------------- | --------------------- | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ | | src | string : Required | This is the source of the video you want to display a it will be placed in the <source /> tag. | | poster | string: | This is the poster os the video | | className | string | The class of the video | | onPlay | fuction | It takes in a function and you can use it how you want | | onPause | fuction | It also takes in a function and you can use it how you want | | onTimeUpdate | function | It is triggered when the video is playing. It passes in 3 arguments. An event, currentTime, and the percentage finished. |


If you want to learn more on how to customize it. Checkout the offical Documentation


This package is developed by Beingana Jim Junior a fullstack Developer. The source code can be found on Github. Anybody interested is free to contribute.

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