These API calls are used to create players and provide setup information.
|jwplayer( div ).setup(options)
|Creates a new JW Player on your web page.
|The reverse of the setup() call, this call will remove a JW Player from the page. It ensures the player stops playback, the DOM is re-set to its original state and all event listeners and timers are cleaned up. Any event listeners will need to be re-instantiated if another player is set up.
|Set one or more of the following video attributes after the player has already setup.
|Returns the provider being utilized by JW Player for a particular media file. JW Player will always technically render in HTML5 mode, even if it is using a Flash-based provider.
|Returns the entire HTML of the div in which a JW Player instance exists. This includes all IDs, styles, classes, and content.
|Returns the browser and operating system information in which the player thinks it's in.
|Targets a particular plugin for API calls. Currently functions with our Sharing and Related plugins.
|Signifies when the player has been initialized and is ready for playback. This is the earliest point at which any API calls should be made.
|Fired when neither the player could be set up.
|Triggered when the player is taken off of a page via .remove();