WebRTC Weekly Issue #125 - June 22, 2016

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


Apple Reinvents Mobile UC (NoJitter)
VoIP will now be better presented on iOS devices.

Adobe Joins Alliance for Open Media to Develop Next Generation Video Platform (Adobe)
I hope they have more planned than just adding VP10 to Flash.


Errors in WebRTC getUserMedia API calls (callstats.io)
Make sure you take care of these issues in your implementation.

Optimizing video quality using Simulcast (webrtcHacks)
Everything you wanted to know about Simulcast but was afraid to ask.

Serverless Data Sync in Web Apps with Bit Torrent (Paul Kinlan)

WebRTC Virtual Meeting Decisions Summary (WebRTC Standards)
A quick overview of the latest decisions made on the WebRTC spec.

WebRTC Test Automation and where it fits in your roadmap (testRTC)
How to approach test automation of WebRTC services for the first time.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Workspace utilisation and scheduling software Condeco scores $30M (TechCrunch)
They use Pexip.

Live video on Tumblr (YouNow)
YouNow is one of the partners launching on Tumblr to offer live video. And they’re making use of WebRTC.


Wowza Streaming Engine Now Supports WebRTC Preview (Wowza)
This should make it easier for all the live broadcast services that are popping up all the time.

New Release: OpenTok iOS & Android 2.8 (TokBox)
TokBox improves the media quality of its mobile SDKs.

Firetalk Features: Screen Sharing (Firetalk)
Firetalk just added screen sharing support for Chrome and Firefox.

Goodbye from Spreecast (Spreecast)
Spreecast is shutting down.

Thoughs about technology, eLearning and Open Source (LooWID)
Spreecast is down, and LooWID is on hold.

Meerkat isn’t dead, it’s launched a new group video chat app (TheNextWeb)
They probably make use of WebRTC.

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