WebRTC Weekly Issue #159 - February 15, 2017

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


The big thing about Houseparty is not Video (LinkedIn)
Jorge Serna outlines the difference in presence technologies and experiences in communication apps.

SIGNAL 2017: Ahoy, World! (Twilio) SPONSORED
Join Twilio’s SIGNAL 2017 event, taking place on May 24 & 25 at Pier 27 in San Francisco.

For Business or Leisure? WebRTC serves both (Part 2) (Voxbone)
WebRTC is used by both businesses and consumers alike.


Kurento and Asterisk: A powerful couple (WebRTC.ventures)
A step by step guide to integrating SIP with Kurento.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

What’s Cooking at Amazon for UCaaS and WebRTC? (The New Dial Tone)
Amazon Chime video conferencing service released. Many posts about it. I liked this one.

The 12 Best Video Conferencing Apps for Teams (Zapier)
Here’s an exercise – how many of the apps featured here are WebRTC-based?

Messaging app Wire now has an external audit of its e2e crypto (TechCrunch)
Wire continues its march and focus of encryption by going after an external audit.


Crosswalk 23 to be the last Crosswalk release (Crosswalk)
That’s an unpleasant surprise.

Video calls for Signal now in public beta (Signal)
I’ll let you figure out what Signal is using for their media engine.

Introducing Video Chat Embed: Easiest Way to Demo the OpenTok Platform (TokBox)
TokBox adds easy chat embed widgets for their customers.

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