WebRTC Weekly Issue #118 - May 4, 2016

Here is the latest on WebRTC  from your friends at webrtcweekly.com.


WebRTC: ‘Yooge’ in the Enterprise (NoJitter)
Phil Edholm about the impact WebRTC is having and how we’ve shifted from hype to implementation.

A Fond Farewell to Flash (TokBox)
Badri reminisce on the good old days of Flash.


How to Make a WebRTC App: Step-by-Step Guide (Dialogic)
Vince Puglia shows how to use PowerMedia XMS to build an MCU based app.

Media/WebRTC/ReleaseNotes/48 (Mozilla)
WebRTC related release notes for Firefox 48.

#vuc592: Jitsi Meet, Jitsi Video Bridge (vuc)
Learn more about Jitsi’s addition of Simulcast in this upcoming vuc meeting.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Now in Messages: Video/Voice/Screenshare & Integrations (Upwork)
Upwork now officially has voice/video integration to their messaging system.

callstats.io Integrates with AppRTC (callstats.io)
A good development for the callstats.io team.

Built with WebRTC: Be My Eyes (Blacc Spot Media)
The story of Be My Eyes.

How Renaissance Rentals Uses Gruveo for Live Property Video Tours (Gruveo)
Gruveo with a case study of a rentals company making use of their service.

A Wave of WebRTC Business Creativity Around the World (3CX)
Andrew Rosenbaum with a nice review of vendors making use of WebRTC.


testRTC Update: May 2016 (testRTC)
New APIs for continuous integration and some additional debugging and analysis capabilities.

Intelecom adds softphone capabilityto the latest release of its cloud-based contact centre solution (Press release)
Another contact center vendor adds WebRTC support on the agents side.

Cloud9 Introduces Gateway Service to Help Firms Connect with More Counterparties and Migrate Away from Turrets (Cloud9)
Cloud9 now offers a new service that eases the migration from Turrets to its service for traders.

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