A pipe that connects an HTML document to a webpage can be a convenient way to share a piece of content that is shared through a browser.
It can also be used to open links, open file attachments, and send email.
However, pipes are not limited to the browser, and they can also work in the other applications that you might be using.
Read more about HTML5 pipes.
RIDgid has just released the RIDpipe, a plug-in that lets you pipe HTML5 data between various applications.
It is built on top of the popular WebKit library and can open a number of HTML5 content types including HTML5 audio, video, image, and SVG.
The RIDport plugin adds a number the pipe’s properties.
It has a few extra features, like using a custom URL to get to an HTTP server.
This can be useful when a file needs to be accessed through a different HTTP protocol, such as HTTPS, or it is not accessible via the default browser.
The plug-ins documentation is also very clear about the plug-ons capabilities.
Read the full RIDPort plug-on documentation on RIDports website.
The source code is available on GitHub.
We used the Ridport plug-inteviewer to get a look at the plug and the source code on GitHub is also available.