WebRTC Weekly Issue #147 - November 23, 2016

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

Before we begin:

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Voice recognition technology is expediting the race to frictionless retail (TechCrunch)
Is this the IOT-WebRTC thingy people have been promising us for so long? Or will this be sans WebRTC?

Beyond WebRTC 1.0 (WebRTC Standards)
A review of the main thoughts at the recent W3C meeting about what comes next in WebRTC.


Implementing WebRTC Screen Sharing in a web app, late 2016 (Chris Ward)
Chris Ward explains how to implement screen sharing with WebRTC.

Welcome to Advancing WebRTC… (Mozilla)
Mozilla started a new blog dedicated to WebRTC. Can’t wait to see what they use it for.

The Importance of Dealing With Flaky Tests (The making of appear.in)
How appear.in handles failed tests when running their test automation processes.

More serverreflexive ICE candidate pairs (Philipp Hancke)
What happens when Fippo finds out a behavior change in Chrome that isn’t in the changelog.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

You rarely livestream, but 1M people livechill on Houseparty (TechCrunch)
The story of Houseparty and the Internet’s third place.


Introducing Automatic Reconnection on the OpenTok Platform (TokBox)
TokBox adds better handling of network switching on mobile with automatic reconnection.

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