What are the Dailymotion events?

Dailymotion offers a variety of events that developers can use to integrate with the platform. These events include:

  • Authentication events: These events are fired when a user’s authentication status changes, such as when they log in or out.
  • Player events: These events are fired when the video player is interacted with, such as when the play button is clicked or the volume is adjusted.
  • Reporting events: These events are fired when the platform collects data about video views, shares, and other metrics.

Developers can use these events to build applications that interact with Dailymotion in a variety of ways. For example, they could use authentication events to build a login system that allows users to sign in to Dailymotion with their existing account. Or, they could use player events to build a video player that can be embedded on their website or application.

For more information about Dailymotion events, please see the Dailymotion for Developers documentation: https://developers.dailymotion.com/documentation/.

Here are some specific examples of Dailymotion events:

  • auth.statusChange: This event is fired when a user’s authentication status changes, such as when they log in or out.
  • player.ApiReadyEvent: This event is fired when the video player is ready to take API commands.
  • report.videoViewed: This event is fired when a video is viewed.

Developers can subscribe to these events using the Dailymotion SDKs. For example, the JavaScript SDK provides the DM.Event.subscribe() method for subscribing to events.

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