WebRTC Weekly Issue #167 - April 12, 2017

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


Ready to make money with WebRTC? (Voxbone)
Voxbone’s webinar on WebRTC.

4K & WebRTC: A Tangential Observation (Graves on SOHO Technology)
Nitpicking at its best. I’ve got a 4K display as well and my eyes are too old for it.

DIY WebRTC: What Could Possibly Go Wrong? (Telecom Reseller)
Another good build vs buy article.


Active ICE TCP to punch through firewalls directly (Advancing WebRTC)
Mozilla adds ICE TCP support to Firefox 54.

PSA: WebRTC M58 Release Notes (discuss-webrtc)
Some interesting changes and enhancements coming to Chrome 58 with regards to WebRTC.

JavaScript is calling (Spindle)
As the subtitle says: Calling from a browser to a GSM using your own private GSM network, an Odroid, Asterisk, OpenBTS, WebRTC, and SIP.js.

Do Browser Vendors Care About Your WebRTC Testing? (testRTC)
An overview of recent moves browser vendors made with regards to WebRTC testing.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Japan’s Cluster to launch social VR hangout rooms for live events and gatherings (THE BRIDGE)
Last week it was Matrix this week it is Cluster. Who’s going to be next to use WebRTC with VR?


Support for React Native Added to callstats.js (callstats.io)
callstats.io adds support for React Native.

Open sourcing Wire server code (Wire)
Wire open sources its server code under the AGPL license.

The Coviu API has arrived (Coviu)
Coviu adds an API enabling embedding it into websites.

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