WebRTC Weekly Issue #11 - April 17, 2014

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


WebRTC is Here, Now and You’re Already Using It (andyabramson.blogs.com)
For those who ask when will WebRTC be a solid commercial option to adopt for a service.

David, Goliath and WebRTC (mgraves.org)
Another set of companies who are adopting WebRTC for their businesses.

Why I quit writing internet standards (gigaom.com)
This is why I think standardized signaling is not necessary for WebRTC. It also refers to the codec wars that are still raging around video in WebRTC.

Make it Short, it is Expensive (blog.audiocodes.com)
The dropping cost of communications, and the rising value of communications in a specific context.


WebRTC Update April 2014 (youtube.com)
Justin, Sam & Serge from Google provide a video update of what’s going on with WebRTC.

WebRTC is the Future of Synchronous Multiplayer Gaming (kennywong.com)
Why (and how) can the Data Channel be used for multiplayer games that need low latency.

OnSIP Contributes FreeSWITCH Patch to Enhance WebRTC Implementations (onsip.com)
The important part here – it seems like SIP platforms are starting to accommodate for WebRTC instead of waiting for WebRTC to fit into their needs.

10 Tips to Become a Master WebRTC Developer (cio2cmo.com)
To this list, I’d warmly add learn and master Node.js.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Muskepeer (muskepeer.net)
Decentralizing the web with WebRTC – here’s a framework that does exactly that. More will join in 2014.

CarePaths Implements WebRTC in eRecord for Behavioral Health (webrtcworld.com)
Lots of healthcare related use cases sprouting out there with WebRTC support. CarePaths is one of them.

Voxeet – Bringing New Dimensions to Conference Calls (voiceontheweb.biz)
A closer look at how Voxeet works (and yes – they have WebRTC support, but mostly just use Opus).


TokBox Makes Major Changes, Names Scott Lomond CEO (webrtcworld.com)
Congrats to all involved 🙂

Cordova Plugin to add WebRTC Audio and Video (tokbox.com)
Cordova is a set of device APIs for HTML developers on mobile. TokBox added support to it for their own mobile SDK.

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