Bitcast. A marketplace for web development tutorials.
Learn from the best.
Watch videos featuring the developers you already know and love. Our ever-growing library of screencasts covers the latest technologies and features hackers, designers, and startup gurus from your favorite companies.
Follow your favorites.
Bitcast lets you follow your favorite developers so you'll be the first to know when they publish new videos. In addition, you can follow tags to stay on the cutting edge of all your most used technologies.
Sell your own videos.
We believe that sharing your expertise should be easy. Upload your first free or paid video within minutes and manage all of your analytics from our secure dashboard. Video ratings and reviews allow great videos to surface quickly.
We never limit your videos by size or length, and you can upload all of your screencasts in pure HD - for free. Feel free to upload your entire catalog of tutorials and share them with the Bitcast community.
Using just a line of code, you can embed any video on your website or blog. Users can pay for videos directly in the player, and all payments will still be processed through Bitcast.
Bookmark any free or purchased video with one click and view your entire Library with ease. Sort by author, date, or tag, and keep your purchases and favorite videos organized in one place.
All of your favorite tutorials are hosted on Bitcast so you can stream from anywhere. Whether you're on a Macbook, a tablet, or just your phone, you can always access your entire Bitcast Library with ease.
If you don't have time to watch the whole video or you just forgot your headphones at home, most Bitcast videos have a notes section filled with screenshots and code samples for you to explore at your leisure.
Bitcast uses Stripe's secure API to process payments to and from users. All major credit cards are accepted, and if you sell videos, your balance is deposited directly to your bank account.
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