Here's How I Built a Video, Audio, and Screen Recorder Web App with JavaScriptby@dhruv479
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Here's How I Built a Video, Audio, and Screen Recorder Web App with JavaScript

by Dhruv Bansal4mFebruary 19th, 2021
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Dhruv Bansal created a free simple recorder that supports Audio, Video, and Screen Recording available at http://recorder.druv479.dev.com. He explains how to use the MediaRecorder API to record audio, video, and screen recording. The code is written in JavaScript and can be downloaded from the browser using the getUserMedia function to get access to resources on the user’s machine. After calling this, we will get a prompt asking for permission in the browser and after confirmation, we can access those resources.

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