Vid.ly, a service of Encoding.com, offers services like video transcoding, device detection, delivery, and storage. The company announced an extension of its Vid.ly API, to allow Vid.ly Pro customers to retrieve view statistics of their videos. According to Jeff Malkin, president of Encoding.com, this has been "the most highly-anticipated feature request" since the launch of Vid.ly Pro last summer.
Even though Webhooks, PubSubHubbub, and WebSockets are really popular, they aren't the only options at your disposal. This part of the series provides overviews of a number of other push alternatives that you might find helpful for meeting the needs of your particular application.
Twilio has provided an update for developers on the status of the beta Video Recording Rules API, which will now move into general availability. The API helps developers handle call recording at a far more granular level than previously possible. Twilio has also added new code samples.