WebRTC Weekly Issue #157 - February 1, 2017

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


Widely used WebEx plugin for Chrome will execute attack code—patch now! (Ars Technica)
I wonder how fast this will get updated on all browsers out there. Plugins should die, now that we have a suitable alternative.

7 Factors to Consider on Enterprise Messaging Apps (NoJitter)
Dave Michels on various features and capabilities of enterprise messaging.


Bandwidth Estimation in WebRTC (Real Time Communication Bits)
An explanation about the old and new bandwidth estimation algorithms in WebRTC.

3 Synchronization techniques to test WebRTC at scale (testRTC)
How to synchronize multiple browsers in a WebRTC stress test.

How End-to-End Encryption Works in Video and Text Messaging Apps (XB Software)
A good overview about end-to-end encryption in messaging apps and the role of WebRTC.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

How to Build a Mobile Video Chat App for iOS in Minutes (Vidyo.io) SPONSORED


Vidyo.io Video Communications Platform is Now Generally Available (ProgrammableWeb)
Vidyo.io officially launched.

Edge support for WebRTC 1.0 and VP8 now in preview (LinkedIn)
Yay. The devil is in the details of the PDF in there though.

Introducing WebRTC 1.0 and interoperable real-time communications in Microsoft Edge (Microsoft Edge Dev Blog)
And here’s the official release that followed.

Our new Android SDK (Peer5)
Peer5 goes mobile, putting its sights on the TV, with an Android SDK.

iOS Video calling(WebRTC) SDK with dynamic framework, reduced size and Bitcode supported (QuickBlox)
A technical debt release of the QuickBlox iOS client.

Introducing Slack Enterprise Grid (Several People Are Typing)
Slack officially goes after the enterprise.

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