Norigin Media open-sources spatial navigation for Smart TV appsWednesday, March 30th, 2022
Norigin Media open-sources spatial navigation for Smart TV Apps
Norigin Media has open sourced part of its TV App Framework for developers building TV Apps on Smart TVs or web-browsers. The Norigin Spatial Navigation library can be used to implement Key-Navigation or Remote-Control navigation on react based web applications.
The Nordic OTT video tech and solutions company offers a React Web and React Native based single-code framework to build multiscreen TV Apps. With this open source library, any company or developer building front-end UI/UX solutions with React Frameworks will find it simple to implement all logical and directional navigation between assets on the website or apps.
“Norigin Media aspires to be universally involved with development communities, while making OTT technologies less fragmented.” says Ajey Anand, CEO of Norigin Media. “If any code is reused extensively and globally by technologists, it helps build quality and sustenance of the technology itself.”
Norigin Spatial Navigation is already used by many leading broadcasters and media companies globally that require intuitive and key navigation across Smart TV and web-browsers. The code is used extensively on Samsung Tizen, LG WebOS and many unique apps on set top boxes that are built using the React framework.
Links: Norigin Media
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