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rmp-vast

A client-side JavaScript solution to load, parse, ping and display VAST resources (advertising).

It aims at implementing the IAB VAST 4.2 specification for web-based environments (e.g. browser, Ionic, OTT apps ...) where both HTML5 video and JavaScript are available. VAST 2 and VAST 3 support is also provided.

rmp-vast comes as a compiled library (./dist/ folder) but it can also be imported as a ES2015 module. rmp-vast is written in ES2017.

rmp-vast makes use of vast-client-js for fetching and parsing VAST XML resources.

rmp-vast is used and maintained by Radiant Media Player.

Documentation sections

Quick start guide

First download latest rmp-vast package from the release tab.

You must use rmp-vast in a well-formed HTML document. This means a web-page with a valid HTML5 DOCTYPE and other elements that are commonly available in today's web.

  • First we add rmp-vast library (./dist/rmp-vast.min.js) on our page - in <head> for example.
<script src="./dist/rmp-vast.min.js">
  • Then we must adhere to a specific HTML layout pattern. This pattern is as follows:
<div class="rmp-container" id="rmp">
  <div class="rmp-content">
    <video
      class="rmp-video"
      src="https://www.rmp-streaming.com/media/big-buck-bunny-360p.mp4"
      playsinline
      muted
      controls
    ></video>
  </div>
</div>

Do not rename CSS classes or alter this layout. The HTML5 video tag used for content must use the src property on the HTML5 video (e.g. do not use <source> tag).

  • Init the library with JavaScript:
// our VAST tag to be displayed
const adTag =
  "https://www.radiantmediaplayer.com/vast/tags/inline-linear-1.xml";
const id = "rmp";
const params = {
  ajaxTimeout: 8000,
};
// create RmpVast instance
const rmpVast = new RmpVast(id, params);
// call loadAds - this will start the ad loading process, display the ad and resume content automatically
// in this case we use autoplay
rmpVast.loadAds(adTag);

// or if autoplay is not wanted the call to loadAds must be the result
// of a user interaction (click, touchend ...)
// playButton.addEventListener('click', function() {
//   rmpVast.loadAds(adTag);
// });

A complete implementation example is provided in app/index.html. You should look at app/js/app.js. This example can be found live at https://www.radiantmediaplayer.com/rmp-vast/app/.

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Supported VAST 4.2 features

  • Inline and Wrapper Ads
  • Linear Ads
  • Skippable Linear Ads
  • Linear creatives in MP4/WebM progressive download
  • Linear creatives in HLS format on all supported devices (with hls.js) - BETA
  • Non Linear Ads (image/iframe/HTML)
  • Companion Ads (image/iframe/HTML)
  • Tracking Events (tracking URLs must return an image - typically a 1px GIF/PNG/JPG/AVIF)
  • Error Reporting
  • Industry Icons (image/iframe/HTML)
  • VAST 4.2 Macros
  • AdVerifications (OM Web SDK)
  • VPAID 1 and 2 JavaScript deprecated
  • Outstream ads
  • Ad Pods
  • Audio Ads (MP3/M4A/HLS where natively supported) in HTML5 video
  • ViewableImpression, Universal Ad ID, AdServingId, Survey and Ad Categories

Currently unsupported features

  • SIMID (PR welcome)
  • VMAP

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Supported environments

rmp-vast compiled library (./dist/rmp-vast.min.js)

Browsers

  • Latest Chrome for Android 5+
  • Chrome 36+ for Desktop
  • Latest Firefox for Android 5+
  • Firefox 39+ for Desktop
  • Opera 23+ for Desktop
  • Samsung Internet 9.2+ for Android 5+
  • Safari 10+ for Desktop
  • Safari for iOS 10+ and iPadOS 13+
  • MS Edge 79+ for Desktop
  • MS Edge Legacy 14+ for Desktop
  • Latest Amazon Silk for fireOS 6+

Desktop means Windows 7+, macOS 10.11+, Linux (latest LTS Ubuntu).

WebViews (mobile apps built with Ionic, Cordova)

  • Android 5+
  • iOS 12+ (WKWebView)

With the announcement of Apple in december 2019, to remove support for UIWebView API by end 2020, we only support WKWebView API for iOS apps built with Cordova, Ionic or WebView. See this blog post to help you update to WKWebView API.

Smart TV & OTT

  • Samsung Tizen 3+ apps
  • LG webOS 3+ apps
  • Electron 6+ apps
  • Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X - UWP apps
  • Fire TV apps (Web Apps and Hybrid Apps) with fireOS 6+

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rmp-vast as a ES2015 module

rmp-vast as a module is written with ES2017. It is up to you to run it in a ES2017 compatible environment or use a tool like Babel to make it work on older versions of ES. Please refer to .babelrc and webpack.dev.config.js for guidance. Code example:

<div class="rmp-container" id="rmp">
  <div class="rmp-content">
    <video
      class="rmp-video"
      src="https://www.rmp-streaming.com/media/big-buck-bunny-360p.mp4"
      playsinline
      muted
      controls
    ></video>
  </div>
</div>
  • Import rmp-vast as a module and create your set-up:
// import rmp-vast as a module
import RmpVast from "./src/js/index.js";
// our VAST tag to be displayed
const adTag =
  "https://www.radiantmediaplayer.com/vast/tags/inline-linear-1.xml";
const id = "rmp";
const params = {
  ajaxTimeout: 8000,
};
// create RmpVast instance
const rmpVast = new RmpVast(id, params);
// call loadAds - this will start the ad loading process, display the ad and resume content automatically
// in this case we use autoplay
rmpVast.loadAds(adTag);

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CORS requirements

rmp-vast uses JavaScript XMLHttpRequests to load VAST tags. Hence proper CORS configuration is required on your ad-server in order for rmp-vast to be able to retrieve VAST tags. Refer to this Google documentation for more information.

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Video ads from Google Ads network and rmp-vast

When serving ads from Google Ads network (DFP, ADX, AdSense for Video) you should use Google IMA HTML5 SDK. Radiant Media Player supports Google IMA HTML5 SDK and is a certified Google's video technology partner.

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Debugging

rmp-vast compiled library (./dist/rmp-vast.min.js) does not print any log to the console. If you want those logs for debugging purposes please use ./dist/rmp-vast.js instead

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Parameters, API events and methods

Source code for rmp-vast is available for review in ./src/ folder. Code comments should be available at key points to better understand rmp-vast inner workings.

Parameters when creating a rmp-vast instance

Once rmp-vast is loaded on your page you can create a new rmp-vast instance as follows:

new RmpVast(id: String, params: Object)

  • id: String is the id for the player container. This is a required parameter.
  • params: Object is an optional object representing various parameters that can be passed to a rmp-vast instance and that will affect the player inner-workings. Available properties for the params object follow:
    • params.ajaxTimeout: Number timeout in ms for an AJAX request to load a VAST tag from the ad server. Default 8000.
    • params.creativeLoadTimeout: Number timeout in ms to load linear media creative from the server. Default 10000.
    • params.ajaxWithCredentials: Boolean AJAX request to load VAST tag from ad server should or should not be made with credentials. Default: false.
    • params.maxNumRedirects: Number the number of VAST wrappers the player should follow before triggering an error. Default: 4. Capped at 30 to avoid infinite wrapper loops.
    • params.labels: Object labels used to display information to the viewer.
    • params.labels.skipMessage: String skip message. Default: 'Skip ad'.
    • params.labels.closeAd: String close ad message. Default: 'Close ad'.
    • params.labels.textForClickUIOnMobile: String on mobile devices the click-through URL for a linear ad is provided in a box located at the top right corner of the player. This setting set the text for this box. Default: 'Learn more'.
    • params.outstream: Boolean Enables outstream ad mode. Default: false.
    • params.showControlsForVastPlayer: Boolean Shows VAST player HTML5 default video controls. Default: false.
    • params.enableVpaid: Boolean Enables VPAID support or not. Default: true.
    • params.vpaidSettings: Object information required to properly display VPAID creatives - note that it is up to the parent application of rmp-vast to provide those informations - below values are default (see test/spec/vpaidSpec/ for examples):
      • params.vpaidSettings.width: Number Default: 640.
      • params.vpaidSettings.height: Number Default: 360.
      • params.vpaidSettings.viewMode: String Default: 'normal'. Can be 'fullscreen' as well.
      • params.vpaidSettings.desiredBitrate: Number Default: 500. In kbps.
    • params.useHlsJS: Boolean Enables rendering of HLS creatives with hls.js in rmp-vast. Default: false.
    • params.debugHlsJS: Boolean Enables debugging of HLS creatives with hls.js in rmp-vast. Default: false.
    • params.forceUseContentPlayerForAds: Boolean Forces player to use content player for ads - on Apple devices we may have a need to set useContentPlayerForAds differently based on content playback type (native vs. MSE playback). Default: false.
    • params.omidSupport: Boolean Enables OMID (OM Web SDK) support in rmp-vast. Default: false. Refer to the AdVerifications OM Web SDK section for more information.
    • params.omidAllowedVendors: Array List of allowed vendors for ad verification. Vendors not listed will be rejected. Default: [].
    • params.omidUnderEvaluation: Boolean When debugging set this parameter to true. Default: false.
    • params.omidRunValidationScript: Boolean Allows to run OM Web SDK inside rmp-vast to run against IAB validation-verification-script. Default: false.
    • params.omidAutoplay: Boolean The content player will autoplay or not. The possibility of autoplay is not determined by rmp-vast, this information needs to be passed to rmp-vast (see this script for example). Default: false (means a click to play is required).
    • params.partnerName: String partnerName for OMID. Default: 'rmp-vast'.
    • params.partnerVersion: String partnerVersion for OMID. Default: latest rmp-vast version.

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Starting the rmp-vast player

It is important for the rmp-vast instance to be properly initialized to avoid playback issues.

Playing video ads in HTML5 video is a non-immediate process that requires the overlaying of multiple video tags or changes in content source depending on the targeted environments. On mobile devices a user interaction is required to properly initialized a video tag and various restrictions are set by OSes to limit manipulation of a video tag with JavaScript.

To sum up: use the rmp-vast API loadAds() method to start playback. On mobile devices this should be the result of a direct user interaction. You can also use autoplay (desktop) or muted autoplay (mobiles) to start playback. Refer to the autoplay support section.

If you do not want to call loadAds() method directly - call initialize() method (as a result of a user interaction) then call loadAds() later on when you wish to load a VAST tag.

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API events

rmp-vast will fire VAST-related events on the player container as they occur. It will also ping VAST trackers when needed but this section refers to events emitted by rmp-vast and that can be hooked to with JavaScript.

Events are registered and unregistered with the addEventListener and removeEventListener JavaScript methods set on the player container. Example:

const id = 'rmp';
const container = document.getElementById(id);
...
container.addEventListener('adloaded', function() {
  console.log('adloaded event');
});

Available events are:

  • adloaded
  • addurationchange
  • adclick
  • adclosed
  • adimpression
  • adcollapse
  • adstarted
  • adtagloaded
  • adprogress
  • adviewable
  • adviewundetermined
  • adinitialplayrequestfailed
  • adinitialplayrequestsucceeded
  • adpaused
  • adresumed
  • adtagstartloading
  • advolumemuted
  • advolumechanged
  • adcomplete
  • adskipped
  • adskippablestatechanged
  • adfirstquartile
  • admidpoint
  • adthirdquartile
  • aderror
  • addestroyed
  • adpodcompleted

The adinitialplayrequestfailed event tells if the vast (or content in case of non-linear creatives) player was able to play on first attempt. Typically this event will fire when autoplay is requested but blocked by an interference engine (macOS Safari 11+, Chrome 66+, browser extensions ...). If the initial play request was a success, the adinitialplayrequestsucceeded event will fire.

VPAID-related events:

  • adlinearchange
  • adsizechange
  • adexpandedchange
  • adremainingtimechange
  • adinteraction
  • aduseracceptinvitation
  • adcollapse

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API methods

Once a rmp-vast instance is created you can query the API methods to interact with the player. Example:

const rmpVast = new RmpVast(id);
...
rmpVast.pause();
...
rmpVast.setVolume(0.5);

For linear ads rmp-vast exposes 2 players: a content player (for the actual content) and a vast player (for the loaded ad).

  • play(): play content or vast player depending on what is on stage.
  • pause(): pause content or vast player depending on what is on stage.
  • loadAds(vastUrl: String, regulationsInfo: Object, requireCategory: Boolean): load a new VAST tag and start displaying it - if rmp-vast is not initialized when loadAds is called then initialize() is called first. Input parameters are
    • vastUrl: String the URI to the VAST resource to be loaded
    • regulationsInfo: Object data for regulations as
      • regulationsInfo.regulations: String coppa|gdpr for REGULATIONS macro
      • regulationsInfo.limitAdTracking: String 0|1 for LIMITADTRACKING macro
      • regulationsInfo.gdprConsent: String Base64-encoded Cookie Value of IAB GDPR consent info for GDPRCONSENT macro
    • requireCategory: Boolean for enforcement of VAST 4 Ad Categories
  • initialize(): initialize rmp-vast - this method can be used in case of deferred use of loadAds() - Note that when autoplay is not wanted the call to initialize() must be the result of a direct user interaction.
  • getAdPaused(): return Boolean, stating if the ad on stage is paused or not.
  • setVolume(volume: Number): set volume of (content|vast) player depending on what is on stage. Input value should be a Number between 0 and 1.
  • getVolume(): return Number, the volume of (content|vast) player depending on what is on stage. Returned value is a number between 0 and 1. -1 is returned if this value is not available.
  • setMute(muted: Boolean): set mute state of (content|vast) player depending on what is on stage.
  • getMute(): return Boolean, the mute state of (content|vast) player depending on what is on stage. Returned value is a Boolean.
  • stopAds(): stop playing the ad on stage.
  • skipAd(): skips the creative on stage - this method only has effects if the creative on stage is a skippable ad and can be skipped (e.g. getAdSkippableState returns true).
  • getAdTagUrl(): return String, representing the current VAST tag URL.
  • getAdOnStage(): return Boolean, stating if an ad is currently on stage.
  • getInitialized(): return Boolean, stating if rmp-vast has been initialized.

The following methods should be queried after the adstarted event has fired for accurate data:

  • getAdMediaUrl(): return String, representing the selected creative URL.
  • getAdLinear(): return Boolean, representing the type of the selected creative either linear (true) or non linear (false).
  • getAdSystem(): return {value: String, version: String}, representing the VAST AdSystem tag.
  • getAdUniversalAdIds(): return [{idRegistry: String, value: String}], representing the VAST UniversalAdId tag.
  • getAdContentType(): return String, representing the MIME type for the selected creative.
  • getAdTitle(): return String, representing the VAST AdTitle tag.
  • getAdDescription(): return String, representing the VAST Description tag.
  • getAdAdvertiser(): return {id: String, value: String}, representing the VAST Advertiser tag.
  • getAdPricing(): return {value: String, model: String, currency: String}, representing the VAST Pricing tag.
  • getAdSurvey(): return String, representing the VAST Survey tag.
  • getAdAdServingId(): return String, representing the VAST AdServingId tag.
  • getAdCategories(): return {authority: String, value: String}[], representing the VAST Category tag.
  • getAdBlockedAdCategories(): return {authority: String, value: String}[], representing the VAST BlockedAdCategories tag.
  • getAdDuration(): return Number in ms, representing the duration of the selected linear creative. -1 is returned if this value is not available.
  • getAdCurrentTime(): return Number in ms, representing the current timestamp in the selected linear creative. -1 is returned if this value is not available.
  • getAdRemainingTime(): return Number in ms, representing the current time remaining in the selected linear creative. -1 is returned if this value is not available.
  • getAdMediaWidth(): return Number, representing the width of the selected creative. -1 is returned if this value is not available.
  • getAdMediaHeight(): return Number, representing the height of the selected creative. -1 is returned if this value is not available.
  • getClickThroughUrl(): return String, representing the click-through (e.g. destination) URL for the selected creative.
  • getIsSkippableAd(): return Boolean, stating if the loaded linear ad is a VAST skippable ad - can be queried when adloaded event fires.
  • getSkipTimeOffset(): return Number giving the skip offset when a skippable ad is displayed.
  • getAdSkippableState(): return Boolean, stating if the creative on stage can be skipped or not.
  • getContentPlayerCompleted(): return Boolean, stating if content player has reached end of content.
  • setContentPlayerCompleted(value: Boolean): sets the contentPlayerCompleted state of the player, this is used when source on content player changes and we need to explicitly reset contentPlayerCompleted internal value so that content can resume as expected on next ad load.

Additional AdPod-related methods

  • getAdPodInfo(): return {adPodCurrentIndex: Number, adPodLength: Number} giving information about the currently playing pod.

Additional VPAID-related methods

  • resizeAd(width: Number, height: Number, viewMode: String): resizes the VPAID creative based on width, height and viewMode. viewMode should be either 'normal' or 'fullscreen'.
  • expandAd(): expands the VPAID creative on stage.
  • collapseAd(): collapses the VPAID creative on stage.
  • getAdExpanded(): return Boolean, stating if the VPAID creative on stage is expanded or not.
  • getVPAIDCompanionAds(): return String, providing ad companion details in VAST 3.0 format for the <CompanionAds> element.

The following methods should be queried after the aderror event has fired for accurate data:

  • getAdErrorMessage(): return String, representing the error message for the current error.
  • getAdVastErrorCode(): return Number, representing the VAST error code for the current error. -1 is returned if this value is not available.
  • getAdErrorType(): return String, representing the detected ad error type, possible values: 'adLoadError', 'adPlayError' or '' (if unknown error type).

The following methods provide context information for the rmp-vast instance:

  • getEnvironment(): return Object, data about the environment that rmp-vast runs into.
  • getVastPlayer(): return HTMLMediaElement|null, the VAST player video tag.
  • getContentPlayer(): return HTMLMediaElement|null, the content player video tag.
  • getIsUsingContentPlayerForAds(): return Boolean, on iOS and macOS Safari the VAST player is the content player. This is to avoid fullscreen management and autoplay issues and to provide a consistent user experience. This method will return true for iOS and macOS Safari, false otherwise.

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Companion ads support

We support StaticResource, IFrameResource and HTMLResource in Companion tags. We also support AltText, CompanionClickThrough, CompanionClickTracking, TrackingEvents tags in Companion tags. We support "required" attribute for CompanionAds tag as well as "adSlotID" attribute for Companion tag. We also support CompanionAds in wrappers/redirects (The CompanionAds nearer to the final linear creative will be selected).

See ./test/spec/companionSpec/ for examples of implementation.

The following methods must be queried when the adstarted event fires for the master linear ad.

  • getCompanionAdsList(width: Number, height: Number): return Object[]. Each Object in the Array represents a companion ad. Input width and height parameters are used to select companion ads based on available width and height for display. Each companion ad Object is represented as:
{
  adSlotID: "RMPSLOTID-1",
  altText: "Radiant Media Player logo",
  companionClickThroughUrl: "https://www.radiantmediaplayer.com",
  companionClickTrackingUrl: "https://www.radiantmediaplayer.com/vast/tags/ping.gif?creativeType=companion&type=companionClickTracking",
  height: 250,
  imageUrl: "https://www.radiantmediaplayer.com/vast/mp4s/companion.jpg",
  trackingEventsUri: [
    "https://www.radiantmediaplayer.com/vast/tags/ping.gif?creativeType=companion&type=creativeView",
    "https://www.radiantmediaplayer.com/vast/tags/ping.gif?creativeType=companion&type=creativeViewTwo"
  ],
  width: 300
}

Not all fields may be available, so check availability before usage.

  • getCompanionAd(index: Number): return HTMLElement|null representing the companion ad. It takes a Number index parameter which represents the index of the wanted companion ad in the Array returned from getCompanionAdsList method. This method automates the required pinging for companion ads. Usage example:
container.addEventListener("adstarted", function () {
  // we need to call getCompanionAdsList BEFORE calling getCompanionAd so that
  // rmp-vast can first create a collection of available companion ads based on getCompanionAdsList
  // input parameters
  const list = rmpVast.getCompanionAdsList(900, 750);
  if (list && list.length === 3) {
    const img = rmpVast.getCompanionAd(2);
    if (img) {
      // we get our companion ad image and we can append it to DOM now
      // VAST trackers will be called automatically when needed
      const companionId = document.getElementById("companionId");
      companionId.appendChild(img);
    }
  }
});
  • getCompanionAdsRequiredAttribute(): return a String representing the "required" attribute for CompanionAds tag. Value can be all, any, none or an empty String when this attribute is not defined. See section 2.3.3.4 of VAST 3 specification for more information.

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AdVerifications OM Web SDK

rmp-vast supports AdVerifications through the IAB OM Web SDK. Our implementation is based on IAB GitHub Open-Measurement-JSClients and sports OM Web SDK version 1.3.37

  • This feature needs to be activated through omidSupport: true setting
  • You need to add ./externals/omweb-js-X.X.X/Service/omweb-v1.js and ./externals/omweb-js-X.X.X/Session-Client/omid-session-client-v1.js to your page through a script tag
  • Note that we currently only support Creative Access Mode (e.g. full)

Feedback is welcome. Please see ./test/spec/omWebSpec/ for implementation examples.

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VPAID support

--- DEPRECATED with rmp-vast 7 ---

--- SIMID is meant to replace VPAID. SIMID is not yet implemented in rmp-vast. Contributions are welcomed ---

It is no secret that VPAID in the industry is a jungle and we need your help to best implement it. Any feedback and test adTags that can improve VPAID support in rmp-vast are welcome - open an issue when needed. Current VPAID support limitations:

  • supports only linear VPAID (non-linear support may be coming later)
  • no support for changes in linearity (likely to cause playback issues): we need production adTag to test this but we have not found reliable resources for it - please share if you have some available

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HLS creatives support

This is a BETA feature, please open a GitHub issue if you spot anything. With rmp-vast 5.2.0 we now support linear creatives in HLS format on all supported devices for rmp-vast. This is made possible thanks to the hls.js project. Make sure to add ./externals/hls/hls.min.js to your page and enable this feature with useHlsJS: true setting. See ./test/spec/inlineLinearSpec/hls-creative.html for an example.

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Autoplay support

This is done by simply calling loadAds method on page load (after HTML5 content video player is in DOM and rmp-vast library is loaded and instantiated). For muted autoplay (iOS, Android, Desktop Chrome 66+ and Desktop Safari 11+) also add the muted attribute on the HTML5 content video player.

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Fullscreen management

rmp-vast supports fullscreen for the global player (e.g. content + vast players) but there is an extra layer to add to your application. See the ./app/js/app.js file around line 25 for an example of implementation.

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Pre, mid and post rolls

rmp-vast can handle pre/mid/post rolls ad breaks through the loadAds API method. See ./test/spec/apiSpec/pre-mid-post-roll.html for an example.

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Outstream ads

rmp-vast supports displaying outstream ads when parameter outstream is set to true. For an implementation example see ./test/spec/outstreamSpec/Simple.html.

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TypeScript support

Make sure to inluce ./types folder in your TypeScript configuration file and you can start using rmp-vast in a TypeScript environment. Note: the resulting .d.ts files are generated from JavaScript using JSDoc syntax. Type support is only available when using rmp-vast as a ES2015 module right now.

Contributing

Contributions are welcome. Please review general code structure and stick to existing patterns. Provide test where appropriate (see ./test folder). Tests are written with Jasmine and automated with selenium web driver and are validated in latest webdriver for Chrome and Firefox for Windows 11. Additionally we test on latest Chrome for Android and latest macOS Safari.

To develop rmp-vast do install it (you need to have node.js installed globally):

git clone https://github.com/radiantmediaplayer/rmp-vast.git

npm install

Make changes to code and then run:

npm run dev

When your changes are ready for commit, build rmp-vast:

npm run build

Before committing for a pull request - run test:

npm run test

For testing on Android use:

npm run testAndroid

For testing on macOS Safari use:

npm run testSafari

Before running npm run test make sure to update TEST.pathToTest in ./test/helpers/test.js with your local IP address. Running test on Android requires a runnning adb server.

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License

rmp-vast is released under MIT.

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Radiant Media Player

If you like rmp-vast you can check out Radiant Media Player - A Modern Go-everywhere HTML5 Video Player - Create web, mobile & OTT video apps in a snap.

Radiant Media Player is a commercial HTML5 media player, not covered by rmp-vast MIT license.

You may request a free trial for Radiant Media Player at: https://www.radiantmediaplayer.com/free-trial.html.

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