If you want to include Video.js in an Angular/jQuery project you certainly can. If you want to extend the Video.js UI with custom controls that rely on Angular or jQuery then there is nothing stopping you, but you’d have to get a solid handle on the Video.js UI framework to figure the where and the how. That is the problem this blog post is here to solve for you.
Let’s suppose you want to create a playlist from the Atom feed of a video blog, for some reason. And you want to create an HTML overlay on top of the video that will display the title and what-not, and provide some links to jump around the videos in the playlist. We’ll build this:
The project files can be grabbed from the github repository for this project here.