"Express more by composing video channel." Learnio is open platform where people can create and manage a set of videos for presentation or playlist purpose.
For current day, Most of developer using videos to learn new skill or watch the video to resolve the issue. While searching very useful videos on youtube/vimeo or any other site. it's tedious task because we have to watch the whole video's list. Sometimes happened that the videos that you have watched are so useful to learn the skill that you wanted so we can composite in a single chanel. Basically we are trying to make simple solution where people group the some useful video for particular skill and then people share it with publicly so it will be help to the other people to watch and acquire that skill.
For example if Angular2 has 200 videos on youtube and vimeo then i will figure out best 15 videos and make Angular2 channel on Learnio and easily share it with publicly.
1: Create Channel 2: Add videos to channel from youtube or vimeo 3: List your channel 4: Share channel publicly 5: People will upvote videos (In roadmap) 6: most views of channel and videos (In roadmap) 7. Share on social network (In roadmap) 8. Disquss comment in videos (In roadmap) 9. Private channel & share with it members only (In roadmap) 10. Channel admin and moderator ACL suppport (In Roadmap)
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Cool platform's concept. I liked the idea of keeping channels closely related to development topics as seen in the example. That would be very useful. As a suggestion, I think the video that is currently playing could be kept fixed at the top while the user is scrolling the playlist.
Funky loading screen ^^.
Nicely done (y)
it is a really cool and easy to use! :D
I like the abstraction over youttube and vimeo. I would gladly see private channels which would probably require some kind of user management
I like your idea of creating an abstraction over multiple channels to gather useful information addressing one single topic. Your design is light and clear! One thing I don't like is the overlapping icon, but this does not influence the user experience that much. I would like to have an option to create private channels. Furthermore, a channel which collects videos based on specified tags (just like the magic folders in iTunes do) would be awesome.
App looks good. The only thing I dislike is anyone can edit channel
Very interesting app!
The design is clean and well done, it is easy and intuitive to use.
An issue when I tried to create an existing channel; the good error message in the console but a wrong one appears !
Could be very useful but how can you prevent people from creating their music playlist or thing like that ?
Maybe a way to search video on YouTube where we can add a video ?
Good work, very well done.
Keep going (Y) not bad
This is a neat idea, taking the Udemy/Lynda etc. concept of playlists of video tutorials and essentially crowd-sourcing their assembly from public resources.
The idea is implemented well, is very nicely presented, and has a lot of potential to be expanded. Including multiple sources would be a key aspect of this, as otherwise, video playlists are easily possible in existing services such as YouTube. The design is great, it looks nice and is really easy to use.
All the ideas in the roadmap are sensible and would be good progressions, you've clearly thought carefully about it. Some suggestions I would have are, if possible, to have the next video start automatically when the current one is finished; to have clear back/forward buttons to go to the next or previous video; to have a smaller, scrollable playlist by the video to make it easier to skip to the content you want (like YouTube playlists).
Good idea! Looks good execution too. Im a bit scared that anyone can just add or edit anything, but cool nevertheless.
Good idea and clean design.
The concept is good. However I could not get to create a channel. I tried it on chrome. All the best
The site appears to be well constructed. Not sure how novel/useful this is as most video sites already allow playlist creation.
Thing I lack are the possibility to authenticate users.
Now everybody can edit everything. This should be restricted.
It looks nice, but it isn't that innovating
I liked the fact that there were example URL's for image url short cuts.
to improve - using chrome my error log was full of errors when I actually tried to do anything, like make a channel. There was actually an error on page load. I reloaded in a new browser and things still did not work for me.