Rob Squires and Alex Norton will be telling us their experiences at BBC News Labs where they've made media editing tools to allow journalists to create audio and video as easily as a text. Don't miss this month's React London!
At BBC News Labs we’ve built a suite of media editing tools that allow journalists to create audio and video content from a UI as familiar as a text editor. One library has been key to us delivering this ambition, DraftJS. We’d like to share the highlights (+ challenges) of using powerful library.
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Turning text into video with DraftJS
Alex is a software developer at BBC News Labs, the digital innovation arm of BBC News. He lives in London, grew up in Oxford and studied Computer Science Innovation at Lancaster University. Amongst other things, Alex likes music, technology, beer, running, cycling, hillwalking, maps and cats.
Software Developer based in London. I craft APIs and websites using PHP and Nodejs & I'm a big fan of behaviour-driven development.