Using the YouTube PFP iFrame Embed Config API in React

Implementing YouTube’s Player for Publishers Direct Integration at Condé Nast

Zac Colley
Jan 30, 2020 · 3 min read
A YouTube embed of a man holding a bottle. There is HTML code over the top of the embed.
A YouTube embed of a man holding a bottle. There is HTML code over the top of the embed.
“Try another one” — That man

What is YouTube Player for Publishers Direct Integration?

The iFrame Embed Config API

Sending data through an URL parameter

Implementing this in React

What about something more complicated?

Is this the best way?

Product and Engineering at Condé Nast

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