HTML5’s given us a rich set of tools for time-based (temporal) media types. Using popular media types such as video and audio, we’re able to create experiences that are based on time rather than space (traditionally). I will provide some examples of this along with possible issues and solutions.
Technically, I’ll cover PopcornJS and RequestAnimationFrame, search-
engine friendliness, methods for indexing “chapters” (pages), and upcoming W3C Media Fragments URI implications.