Last week I was hit with a small challenge of fixing a snippet of code that fixed a problem with a third party application called Media Manager. It does some pretty nifty things with videos — but it also injects a <style> into the <body>. Because it does that, I had a challenge in changing the dimensions
As I’ve mentioned in the past, I’ve been working with Media Manager pretty heavily these last few months. One thing that I’ve noticed is that there’s no real jQuery plugins out there to assist with embedding Media Manager videos. Well, that’s no longer the case!
For the last few months, I’ve been doing a substantial amount of front-end work on SDL’s Media Manager tool. While you can find a pretty decent amount of information on Tridion via blogs and stack exchange, you won’t find much on Media Manager. Let’s start by introducing outlets.
Media Manager is by far one of the cooler products that SDL could offer. It appeals to my inner geek. It offers rich asset management over a content distribution network and it does codec conversion. It’s an HTML5 developer’s dream. I don’t claim nearly the experience around Media Manager that I would Tridion, but I
I recently had a client with a Media Manager license ask to have it set up to work with their cloud-based instance of Tridion 2011. Media Manager is a brand-new tool to me and I did entirely too much learning on the fly. As I was learning it, I’d asked an architect over on the