What are Embedded Binaries in Xcode?

I’m using Alamofire in a Swift project, and part of their manual installation instructions are to add Alamofire under Embedded Binaries in the General tab for my application target. What are Embedded Binaries? Answer Embedded binaries are binary files that are copied to your application bundle when you build the project. Use embedded binaries when … Read more

Embedding Windows Media Player for all browsers

Edit: This question was written in 2008, which was like 3 internet ages ago. If this question is still relevant to your environment, please accept my condolences. Everyone else should convert into a format supported by your browsers (That would be H.264 if Internet Explorer is needed, and probably AV1, VP8/VP9 if not) and use … Read more

Which Javascript engine would you embed in your application? [closed]

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Embedding youtube video “Refused to display document because display forbidden by X-Frame-Options”

I’m trying to embed a youtube video on to my page once the user gives the link to the video. <iframe width=\’560\’ height=\’315\’ src=’http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=<video id>&amp;output=embed’ frameborder=\’0\’ allowfullscreen></iframe> But when I try to add this I get this error. After inspecting the page in chrome, I see this error in the console tab “Refused to display … Read more

How to embed a YouTube channel into a webpage

Can anyone suggest how I embed a youtube channel into a webpage – I am getting conflicting information from various sites, ideally using the custom player if possible? thanks Answer YouTube supports a fairly easy to use iframe and url interface to embed videos, playlists and all user uploads to your channel: https://developers.google.com/youtube/player_parameters For example … Read more

differences between using wmode=”transparent”, “opaque”, or “window” for an embedded object on a webpage

when embedding a Flash object with the <object> and <embed> tag, there is an attribute called wmode. It seems that most of the time, wmode=”transparent” is the same as wmode=”opaque” as the Flash doesn’t actually have any transparent color so that the bottom HTML element is to be shown. As a result, opaque should be … Read more