Mozilla, Opera look to make video on the Web easier

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| Firefox and Opera will support a new HTML tag specifically for embedding
| video in Web pages. As long as the browsers support a video's specific codec,
| or encoding method, the browsers will then be able to play the video without
| launching third-party enabling software, said Chris Double, a Mozilla
| engineer. Mozilla and Opera are also working to support the royalty-free
| video codec Ogg Theora.
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Ruby on Rails 2.0 released for Web apps

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| Version 2.0 of Ruby on Rails, the popular open source Web application
| development framework, was released this morning, said the developer of the
| framework, David Heinemeier Hansson, on Friday.
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Related:

Does your browser do video?

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| One of the many great features it sports, which will be of interest to free
| formats enthusiastics, is the multimedia elements: