WebRTC Weekly Issue #190 - September 20, 2017

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


Facebook tests Bonfire group video chat as app and in Messenger (TechCrunch)
Facebook Bonfire to Houseparty is like Facebook Stories to Snapchat.

Wire server code now 100% open source — the journey continues (Wire))
Wire open sources all of its back end, which begs the question – what’s their business model and end-game in this?

Matrix & Riot for Cryptocurrency Communities (Matrix)
Matrix finds a receptive crowd in cryptocurrency communities.


WebRTC pro-tips (Jeremy Noring)

How Many Sessions Can a Kurento Server Hold? (testRTC)
Stress testing media servers.

Why we made VOD on WebRTC (Flashphoner)
An interesting reasoning and approach.

Using Vidyo.io to Create a WebRTC Video Chat App (Vidyo.io)
A useful walkthrough for WebRTC in Vidyo.io.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Blacc Spot Media Helps Regroup Therapy Raise $8M in Funding (Blacc Spot Media) SPONSORED
Regroup Therapy is securely providing over 4,000+ therapy sessions per month with the platform built and deployed by Blacc Spot Media.  Learn more about how Blacc Spot Media has helped take Regroup Therapy to the next level.

Multiple Solutions for Low-Latency Live Video Streaming (Limelight)
Limelight explains their new (and upcoming) low latency solutions.


Introducing Twilio Studio, the Fastest Way to Build With Twilio (Twilio)
The coolest, most profound thing in CPaaS since sending an SMS via an API.

The iOS SDK Is Released for a Complete Gruveo for Developers Package (Gruveo)
Gruveo continues its investment in developers with a new iOS SDK.

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