It seems that you misunderstood what this library does. It gives you APIs to generate HTML5 tags (for example video) Whether your browser is capable of interpreting video tag, or playing this particular type of video - is a completely different question.
Take a look at the generated tag. Is that what you expect (I assume that you know what to expect). If the tag is correct - you are barking at the wrong tree, so to speak!
Good luck. I know troubleshooting can be frustrating at times; especially when you realize that you are fixing the component that wasn't broken in the first place
I would think that as an absolute HTML 5 newbie, and who doesn't know much you come here to learn. So before grading the teacher as "1" you make absolutely sure that you are not going to embarrass yourself!
Granted - I have two children in school; and they reject that idea - but I hope once they grow up they will know better.
NOTE: I don't know the author, and have absolutely no personal stake in how he is rated.
Yes it's true, I guess I have embarrased myself.
After I got the author's code to work in Firefox, I actually wanted to edit my vote, because I wanted to give more than 1. But I couldn't figure out how to edit my vote, if it is possible? Is it possible? Alternatively I can give a new 5 vote to weigh up my 1 vote. Or maybe delete my 1 vote? I am not that experienced with how this site works?
Apparently this HTML 5 thing is kind of complex browser wise, at least the code which I have seen working in Firefox, the same code I have never been able to render in IE9. Those kind of complexities are new to me. It could be interesting to know how I get the authors code working in IE9?
I have now deleted my 1-vote message, and added a new 5-vote which gives a more true reflection of my opinion of the article.