Understanding the basics of developing for Wowza Media Server
Graeme Bull authored this on Aug 31, 2010
This tutorial covers an introduction to Wowza Media Server and the basics of getting started with developing for it. Once Wowza has been installed and the IDE installed with it then we move forward with creating a basic application and a bit of server side coding within the Wowza IDE which in turn creates a JAR file for Wowza Media Server to load in. If you've never worked with Wowza then this would be a good tutorial to start with.
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