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Panda OS and the Kaltura Connect 2014 experience

By Roni Cohen | Jul 1, 2014

Our Kaltura Connect experience started by driving down from Boston to New York, while streaming our trip Live across the internet via the Panda Live streaming app on my iPhone. We arrived just in time for the hackathon presentation and got to show our solution for Live streaming from the iPhone. The solution is available for free on github.

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Upgrade Kaltura Community Edition with PandaOS

By Roni Cohen | Jun 12, 2014

Upgrading Kaltura is not a simple task, even less so when you wish to upgrade from Kaltura Eagle/Falcon to the latest 9.16 (IRIS). Here at PandaOS we have developed a set of tools to quickly migrate or upgrade your existing Kaltura CE Installation to the latest version available.

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Join us at Kaltura Connect 2014 – The Video Experience Conference , NYC June 16-18

By Roni Cohen | Jun 1, 2014

Panda-OS is proud to participate in the Kaltura Connect – The Video Experience Conference. For the 4th year Kaltura Connect returns to New York City, featuring a rich day of workshops, a weekend hackathon, and two days of exclusive content, networking opportunities, and cutting-edge video technology.

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AngularJS Services – Application Business Logic

By Roni Cohen | May 28, 2014

As your application gets bigger you’ll see that you have several controllers, and every one of them controls a different part of your application. The most common usage of controllers is to communicate between the view side and the data/logic side of the application. It is a common mistake to want to put all your logic in the controller. In general, writing your logic in the controller is not recommended since the controller is better used for merging the data and the view.
The AngularJS developers thought about this, and created the AngularJS services for this task.

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How to get the Kaltura Session (KS) string

By Roni Cohen | May 7, 2014

Kaltura Session string (KS) is a string needed for making requests to the Kaltura API. KS is used to identify the account on which the action would be performed.
You always need to specify the KS for making requests to the Kaltura API, either via your code or when using the test console, but where do you get it from?

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AngularJS Services

By Roni Cohen | Apr 29, 2014

AngularJS Services are Lazily instantiated, singleton objects that can used everywhere in our application. within this blog post we’ll explore the usages and benefits of the AngularJS Service provider.

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AngularJS Services – Application Data Management

By Roni Cohen | Apr 29, 2014

There are several ways to bind and store the data across the application, AngularJS Services can easily give you the ability to do so.

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Video Mixing with Kaltura

By Roni Cohen | Apr 14, 2014

Video Mixing in Kaltura is a very powerful and modular tool that allows you to combine multiple entries into one. You can also create a mix of clips from your entries. this comes very handy when you want to create a highlights video, or if you want to create a video that will be updated on a regular basis.

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Kaltura HLS Live Streaming in CE 9 Howto

By Roni Cohen | Apr 11, 2014

Kaltura HLS support does not come out-of-the-box in the Kaltura Community Edition. In this post I will show you how to support HLS Live Streaming using Kaltura CE9.

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