WebRTC Weekly Issue #10 - April 9, 2014

Here’s the latest news this week on WebRTC from your friends at webrtcweekly.com


WebRTC Global Summit Review (alanquayle.com)
Alan Quayle’s review of WebRTC Global Summit (and his slides).

Project REBOOT: WebRTC is Definitely For Winners! (flatplanetphone.com)
A well thought out answer to the “WebRTC for Losers” post that made noise these past 2 weeks.

Google gives full backing to WebRTC; mobile improvements on way (mobileworldlive.com)
An overview of Google’s keynote at WebRTC Global Summit last week.

TokBox CEO Comments on WebRTC Platform as a Service (networkworld.com)
An interview with Ian Small, CEO of TokBox.


How to use WebRTC and Chrome Extensions to Call a Browser When it is Not Open (webrtchacks.com)
The title says it all. We should ask the WebRTChacks team to get us a recipe for browser push notifications next.

Inside the Party Bus: Building a Web App with Multiple Live Video Streams + Interactive Graphics (hacks.mozilla.org)
Missed this one for April’s fool. If there’s a whacky demo you should see this week – definitely this one.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

BBC and WebRTC (bbc.com)
appear.in (and WebRTC) made an appearance on BBC.

Citrix Adds Free Web Conferencing Tool to GoToMeeting Product Portfolio (businesswire.com)
Citrix adding WebRTC to GoToMeeting.


OpenTok Plugin for Internet Explorer (tokbox.com)
TokBox officially releases its plugin for IE, which closes another gap on desktop browser for its customers.

Meshcentral.com – New with WebRTC support (software.intel.com)
Intel adds WebRTC support to Meshcentral. This is a data channel enabled browser-to-machine communication. The stack is Intel-based and not a direct off-shoot of Google’s open source project.

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