Develop a Working Roku Video Channel

Gary VenRooy, Programmer and Web Marketing

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13 Lessons (1h 35m)
    • 1. Intro

      0:56
    • 2. How the Roku Channel App Works

      7:18
    • 3. Setup Roku into Developer Mode

      1:44
    • 4. Install JavaSDK

      3:51
    • 5. Install eclipse

      2:22
    • 6. Installing Brightscript plugin

      6:59
    • 7. Open Channel Template in Eclipse

      2:15
    • 8. Connect Roku to Eclipse

      4:25
    • 9. Make Channel Package Images

      10:48
    • 10. Put images into channelpackage

      5:43
    • 11. Adding Categories and Category Images ot your Channel

      27:03
    • 12. Adding Videos, Video images, and Video descriptions

      11:19
    • 13. Submit your Channel

      10:41
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Very informative! Easy to understand and goes slow enough to give you time to absorb. Great work!
Develop a Working Roku Video Channel
Nice. Well thought out.
This course is designed well, but it needs to be updated. If you want to know the basics, take it, but the links he refers to for getting the software no longer exist. I really wish he'd update the course.