The Flowplayer Cocoa Pods Sample Code demonstrates how developers can add a FlowplayerCore together with its dependencies in a Podfile including pod 'FlowplayerCore', '~> 1.3.0', pod 'Rollbar', '~> 1.8.1', and pod 'GoogleAds-IMA-iOS-SDK', '~> 3.9'.
There are a number of ways of delivering data in real-time but until recently it has looked like PubSubHubbub, with the backing of Google, was going to be the preferred method. However, the past couple of weeks have seen a couple of interesting developments which could indicate that the developer community may actually prefer HTTP Streaming.
No one needs an introduction to YouTube, which is by far the largest social video site. The YouTube API was first released in 2005, which seems like a long time back in the API timeline. At the recently concluded Google I/O 2012, YouTube officially announced a series of new APIs and enhancements that focused on mobile video, user engagement and Analytics.
Less than a year after Cloudflare launched a beta version of its video platform, Cloudflare has now made Stream generally available. The Stream video platform allows developers to integrate video without giving up control to third party video providers, or having to invest in video infrastructure.