MPEG-4 Registration Authority Web Site
This site contains the master copy of the official MP4RA. Registration requests are formally sent to the email address documented on the site. These can be supported by a Pull Request here, which can reduce the possibility of error or confusion on the part of the maintainers. The simplest way to submit a pull request is probably as follows:
- Fork the repository into your own area at GitHub
- Go to that fork, and edit the GitHub.io link from mp4ra.github.io/mp4ra to change the first mp4ra to your area name
- In your fork, make changes to the appropriate CSV files; start first by making sure that you have your specifications in specifications.csv, and then add/fix the code points in other tables (e.g. sample-entries for codec sample entry types). In those other tables, the visible specification name is used for cross-reference; the linkname you enter in specifications.csv will be retrieved and used to make HTML fragment URLs to refer to that entry.
- Preview that in your fork
- When it is right, submit a Pull Request, supported by a formal email, to the Mp4RA.
This part is only relevant for developers of the web site showing the registration authority. Owners of specifications wanting to submit a pull request to register some code points do not need to be concerned about this section.
The dependencies of the project are tracked in
package.json. To install them,
run the following command.
browserify -t brfs src/app.js -o dist/js/bundle.js
The application logic is built using Vuejs framework.
The data element of the application contains two main properties:
The URLs of the CSV files are contained in the
urls property while the data
from these CSV are loaded in the
The navigation on the website follows the single-page application approach. That is, the web browser loads the entire HTML and the router-vue component updates the DOM when the user nagivates via the menu.
The pages are located in
src/pages of the project. Each of the page has
The main application defined in
src/app.js loads the pages via their
Vue components with an associated
path, i.e. the relative URL of the given