Monthly Archive: August 2016

Pipe 0.17 Adds Multiple Webhooks and More

Our roadmap to making Pipe the best experience it can be, has made us focus on adding and implementing more tools that help the user to develop, test and integrate with our product easier. To that end the newest release of Pipe is mainly about the new multiple webhooks feature. Multiple Webhooks We’ve revised and changed our cloud server software architecture to make it possible to have multiple...

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How to record videos on your WordPress website using Ninja Forms and Pipe

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17 November 2016 update: Updated the code to make it work on mobile devices as well. Giving your users the possibility to record videos directly on your website can be a real game changer for your business. Here at Pipe we’re always looking for ways on how to make this process easier and faster. Today we’ll show you how to create a contact form on WordPress using Ninja Forms that...

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Pipe Video Recorder Plugin 1.5 for WordPress Is Now Available

It’s been a while since we’ve last updated Pipe’s Video Recorder Plugin for WordPress thus we strongly felt it was time for a revision. So we’ve spent the last few weeks going through every line of code and functionality in an attempt to improve every aspect of the plugin. We’ve now focused the plugin around the 2 actions that it enables: record a video from the backend (as an...

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HTML Media Capture Video Quality When Recording Videos From Safari on iOS

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iOS 7.1 and later supports video recording in Safari through HTML Media Capture. HTML Media Capture works by extending the <input type=”file”> and adding new values for the accept parameter, namely audio, photo and video. It allows you to record videos or choose a pre-recorded video directly from Safari. When recording a new video the native OS video recording app is used to perform the actual recording on the...

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