YouTube has become the main video hosting site on the internet. Not only can individuals and companies post videos but they can find numerous videos posted by other users. These videos may be very useful in helping to teach kids, employees or others specials lessons or skills. The problem is making it easy for users to view these videos without all of the other suggested videos and garbage on the YouTube site itself. Creating an application to manage the videos that you want users to see without all the other stuff is pretty straight forward.
At one of my previous jobs I had to do a lot of reports for users to easily browse or search for information. The layout that most easily allowed for this was by providing the information laid out in a tabular format. I had researched a number of ways to incorporate various functionality and finally landed on using the jQuery plugin Data Tables (http://www.datatables.net/). Continue reading