WebRTC Weekly Issue #122 - June 1, 2016

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

Before we begin:

Kranky Geek Kranky Geek (mini) an evening of WebRTC
Tuesday, 7. June 6.30 pm at Red Hat Software
Bangalore, India


Bots vs WebRTC: Who will win? (WebRTC.ventures)
On why human touch still matters in a bots world.

Live Streaming Is Hard (Peer5)
WebRTC has a role in live streaming as well.


Previewing H.264/AVC support for ORTC (Microsoft Edge Dev Blog)
Edge now has H.264 support for WebRTC – behind a runtime flag.

Motion Detection with JavaScript (Coder’s Block)
Adding motion detection on top of GetUserMedia.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Alexa in the Browser (SamMachin)
Amazon Echo’s assistant -Alexa. Running from inside a browser. Uses getUserMedia.

NUBOMEDIA: the first open source WebRTC PaaS (BlogGeek.me)
Luis Lopez with an introduction of NUBOMEDIA.


Kurento 6.5.0 released: all the freedom of the Apache 2.0 license (Kurento)
There are also a few features in this release.

QuickBlox unveils Apache Cordova (PhoneGap) Chat and Video Calling WebRTC code samples (QuickBlox)
PhoneGap integration with WebRTC SDK seems like the new norm out there.

Twilio Signal Summary (RealTimeWeekly)
The only place that indicated the WebRTC angle of Twilio’s Signal event.

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