WebRTC Weekly Issue #151 - December 21, 2016

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


All We Want for Christmas Is More WebRTC (NoJitter)
Some of what people are looking for our of WebRTC. My read – it is mostly minor features and tweaks.

Home Routers Under Attack Via Malvertising on Windows, Android Devices (proofpoint)
Count to 3 until someone with even less understanding than proofpoint bashes security in WebRTC.

Lies, damned lies, and #webrtc statistics (WebRTC by Dr Alex)
Know your stats.


Slack Does WebRTC Video – Here’s How (webrtcHacks)
Gustavo Garcia with an analysis of Slack’s group video calling implementation.

How do you find the current active connection in webrtc-internals? (testRTC)
Step by step guide to finding the active connection and its ICE candidates.

Screen recording on Android with getUserMedia and WebRTC (Paul Kinlan)
A screen capture and recording combo for Android.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Introducing Group Video Chat in Messenger (Facebook)
Things are getting crowded at the consumer group video chat world.

Codementor raises $1.6 million to become elite marketplace for freelance developers (TechCrunch)
As the title says.

Top Five Use Cases Where P2P with WebRTC Falls Short (Red5 Pro)
Media servers play an important role in commercial services.


Announcing Improved Voice 2.0 Infrastructure (Plivo)
Plivo adds data centers and improves its IP routing for calls.

What to do with all these (get)Stats? (TokBox)
TokBox releases a MOS estimator as an experimental project.

Welcome to a Totally New Videxio Web Experience (Videxio)
Videxio has a new web UI.

@time @to @get @your @username! (Wire)
Wire switches from phone numbers to user names – at least in what you are required to share with other users.

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