Introduction to the Project

Hey there! I wanted to share with you a project that I’ve been working on recently. I’m in the process of repackaging and consolidating all of my content into one central place. It’s been quite a task, but I’m excited about the progress I’m making. To make things even easier for everyone, I’ve created a website to serve as the platform for this project. Now, you can access all my videos, links, and files in one convenient location. No more searching all over the place!

Dynamic Backgrounds with Videos

One of the things I’m really excited to show you is how to create dynamic backgrounds using videos. In a previous video, “Create Dynamic Backgrounds with Typebot Callbacks,” I talked about how to achieve this with images, but now I want to take it to the next level and show you how to do it with videos. It’s pretty cool!

To give you a taste of what’s possible, I’ve included some helpful links and demos at the top of this post. You can actually see the dynamic backgrounds in action. I’ve even provided a GitHub repository where you can access the code and replicate the TypeBot flow. It’s all there, ready for you to explore and experiment with.

Feedback and Additional Resources

I truly value your feedback and input, so please don’t hesitate to share your thoughts with me. It’s important for me to make this project as useful and user-friendly as possible. Speaking of feedback, I want to give a shoutout to Simone, who shared an awesome demo in our Facebook group. It’s worth checking out! In addition, I’ve included some supporting TypeBot documentation links to further assist you in understanding and utilizing dynamic backgrounds with videos.

Exploring Dynamic Backgrounds with Videos

Now, let’s dive a little deeper into the world of dynamic backgrounds with videos. The TypeBot flow remains the same, but there are some changes based on the user’s actions. If they select “much better,” a specific video will play. If they select “about the same,” another video will be displayed. Finally, if they choose “a bit worse” or “much worse,” a different video will be shown. If you’re curious about the JavaScript logic behind it, feel free to refer to the code in the GitHub repository. It’s always great to have a deeper understanding of how things work!

Demonstrating the Dynamic Backgrounds

Alright, it’s time to see these dynamic backgrounds in action. Let me quickly run through the three different paths in the TypeBot flow, so you can get a better idea of how the video backgrounds change based on the user’s selections. Trust me, it’s pretty cool to see the transformations happen right before your eyes.

In each path, there’s a farewell video at the end. It’s a nice touch to wrap up the user experience. So, as you can see, the videos truly add a compelling and immersive element to the whole dynamic backgrounds concept. I hope you enjoy experimenting with this feature as much as I do!

That’s it for now, folks! I’ll catch you in the next video with more exciting insights and projects. Stay tuned and keep learning!