• Adam Mark's picture
    Adam Mark September 20, 2012

    The latest version of the App Cloud SDK (v1.11) introduces a new type of event for monitoring whether the user is online or offline. It's simple to use: $(bc).on("connectionstatechange", function(evt, data) { if (data.online) { // do something } else { // do something else } }); Now you can take appropriate action at the moment a user's connection goes in or out. For example, say you want to show a status indicator: Read More →

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    Max September 19, 2012

    At Brightcove we use Salesforce.com to manage our customer information. Our sales, account management, support and finance teams use Salesforce.com for various activities such as contacting sales leads, tracking support cases, and generating usage reports. It’s important for our business to keep pushing customer data into Salesforce.com in a timely and reliable way. Read More →

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    Adam Mark September 19, 2012

    While Markup.js comes with more than 40 built-in pipes for everyday use, I always write a few custom pipes whenever I build an App Cloud app. Here are some of my favorites. Read More →

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    Kristin Leighton September 17, 2012

    We are lucky enough to work with innovative customers around the world, and we always get excited about customers that have the potential to be truly disruptive. One such example is Spuul, which is a service that legally provides Indian content online to anyone in the world. Think NetFlix or Hulu for Bollywood. Read More →

  • Adam Mark's picture
    Adam Mark September 15, 2012

    For many developers, App Cloud is a one-stop shop for all their application needs. It's got a robust SDK and a sweet suite of runtime cloud services like image transcoding, data feed optimization, and cross-platform push notifications. But no platform can do everything. While App Cloud is primarily concerned with delivering content to apps, services like Kinvey can help you manage the river of data that users might generate from inside those apps. Read More →

  • Chris Nicholson's picture
    Chris Nicholson September 14, 2012

    Despite online video’s wild popularity among consumers and its proven ability to drive engagement, many marketers have yet to fully realize the full potential of online video to help tell their stories and build relationships with audiences. To help marketers more effectively leverage video across their brand ecosystem, we’re teaming up with Forrester Research to present the free webinar, Boost Your Content Marketing Ecosystem with Video. Read More →

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    Jeff Whatcott September 12, 2012

    Half of interactive marketers expect online video to increase in effectiveness over the next three years as compared to other interactive marketing tactics like email marketing, SEO and display advertising, according to Forrester Research. And there is good reason for that, as video has grown to be consumers’ preferred social medium with no signs of slowing down. Read More →

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    Chris Nicholson September 11, 2012

    Earlier this year, the FCC adopted rules requiring captioned programs shown on TV in the United States to also include captions if they’re delivered over the Internet. Since most U.S. broadcast television content is required to be captioned, nearly all of the country’s TV programming that’s available over the Internet eventually will require captions as well. Read More →

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    Steve Rotter September 10, 2012

    This year’s Content Marketing World 2012 conference had to be one of the best events of the year for marketing professionals. If you are not familiar with CM World, it’s the largest gathering of content marketing professionals in the world, bringing together 1,000+ engaged attendees, industry speakers from Google, SAP, Intel, and a proverbial who’s who of expert authors including Mitch Joel (“Six Pixels of Separation”), C.C. Read More →

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    Chris Nicholson September 10, 2012

    Heard any good Apple television set rumors lately? It’s been a few months since Brightcove's own Jeremy Allaire made waves with his prediction that the consumer electronics giant’s foray into TV set manufacturing would be more ripple than splash. Read More →