WebRTC Weekly Issue #120 - May 18, 2016

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


5 uses of the WebRTC Data Channel (WebRTC.ventures)
A few of the common use cases around the data channel.

SyntaxNet and WebRTC, It’s The Same Story All Over Again (The New Dial Tone)


How To Add React Powered CSS Filters To Twilio Video (Twilio)
Playing with CSS filters on the video canvas.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

And the winner of TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2016 is… Beam (TechCrunch)
From the little digging I’ve done, they use WebRTC for low latency streaming.

Thanks to Apizee, Crédit Agricole Normandy digital bank agency humanize their online customer meetings (Apizee)
Digital banks are starting to add video calling support by adopting WebRTC. This is another such case.

CTOs to know: Anthony Tassone on moving from Java to HTML5 (BuiltInChicago)
Another trader’s floor communication vendor adopts WebRTC.


PJSIP version 2.5 is released with support for Opus and WebRTC AEC (PJSIP)
Who said WebRTC relies on a browser implementing it?

iOS App Update Has Landed (Gruveo)
Gruveo worked on a major update to their iOS app, and it is finally out.

QuickBlox releases new Android code samples (QuickBlox)
Making the samples reusable by customers is always a good thing.

NetSapiens Announces New Portal Enhancements for Upcoming Software Release (NetSapiens)
This new release has some interesting attendant console capabilities.


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