Web player

Web player

(1) Software that "plays" audio, video or animations directly from the Web. It is typically a plug-in for the browser.

(2) An organization that embraces the Web in some manner.
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Friends, family and fans can join in the action through the Sioeye mobile applications for Android and iOS, the Sioeye web application and Sioeye web player.
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The scalable survey we've conducted this winter has revealed our users really crave for an easy-to-use and stylish web player at the 4shared website, and we're immensely happy to present it right now, when our service is celebrating its 10th anniversary," she explained.
The installation and launch process is automated so that technologists can easily evaluate how the Spotfire server-side components can be configured for proof-of-concepts and ad hoc projects with Spotfire Server and Web Player.
YouTube adds Chromecast support to its Web player in a test Chromecast users are able to use the television dongle to stream videos from some third-party websites, Janko Roettgers writes.
com/uk/blog/archives/2013/03/20/want-to-try-our-new-web-player/) Spotify Web player , and Downloadify would download a full, DRM-free MP3 of the track to your hardware.
The Web player is based on Adobe Flash and requires a plug-in that is otherwise becoming increasingly possible to forego.
But repeated Web player bankruptcies have made it clear that the Web is not a feasible alternative for advertisers.
At the trade shows or conferences, you can look to meet with executives from a major web player like Yahoo
Keep in mind that Authorware courses delivered by Internet or intranet require a small plug-in, the Authorware Web Player.
Worldwide Computer Products News-13 December 2001-Virtools Web Player objects to be made compatible with Adobe Atmosphere platform (C)1995-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Direct Line's e-commerce managing director, Mr Oliver Prill, said: 'By 2005 we anticipate that 15 per cent of total car sales will have come from the Internet and that we will have become a leading web player.