WebRTC Weekly Issue #149 - December 7, 2016

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


Has WebRTC Proven That No One Cares About Communications Service Interoperability? (ProgrammableWeb)
Chad Hart with a great piece on how WebRTC is changing communications.

Where WebRTC Fits in the Digital Experience Puzzle (CMSwire)
Our obligatory 101.

Why Build on Anything Other Than WebRTC? (The New Dial Tone)
For those planning to build something real time on top of anything other than WebRTC.


How to limit WebRTC bandwidth by modifying the SDP (webrtcHacks)
Cut out and keep.

Barcode detection using Shape Detection API (Paul Kinlan)
This one is going to make things interesting. WebRTC opened the way to the camera, now it is time to add APIs and capabilities for vision. Here’s another example.

Hackers’ modular worm builder hoses popular team web chat apps (The Register)
This is so cool! Riding on a site’s WebRTC permissions to gain access to your mic and record you remotely via a worm.

Testing WebRTC on Android (Mozilla)
How Mozilla is testing WebRTC in their Android Firefox browser.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

PhenixP2P helps developers add real-time video to their apps (TechCrunch)
Another vendor going for live-broadcast-using-WebRTC.

This Slack app is the most frictionless way to talk to team members (TheNextWeb)
Beam integrates with Slack.


Private Connections for Twilio’s Programmable Voice WebRTC Client (Twilio)
Twilio now offers its customers to connect directly to their network.

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