WebRTC Weekly Issue #191 - September 27, 2017

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


How Google went all in on video meetings (and you can, too) (Google)
The story of video conferencing at Google. Alluding to something bigger to be announced soon?

WebRTC Makes Life So Simple (NoJitter)
I guess it does (an overview of the new Highfive experience)


SDP: Your Fears Are Unleashed (webrtcHacks)
A detailed explanation of SDP, followed by a rant.

Asterisk 15: Multi-stream Media and SFU (Asterisk)
Asterisk went for an SFU architecture for group video calling.

Laravel and Twilio: Group Video Chat (Twilio)
Writing a Laravel web app that supports group video calling.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

BSM Sets the Stage for ZIVELO to Provide Innovative Kiosk and Digital Signage Solutions (Blacc Spot Media) SPONSORED
Blacc Spot Media helped ZIVELO to expand customer engagement with an interactive kiosk solution powered by WebRTC.

Livestream Will Be Joining The Vimeo Family (Livestream)
Livestream is making use of WebRTC. It is nice to see them go to someone like Vimeo.

Instagram now lets you use filters and masks in live video too (Instagram)
Me still wondering if this is WebRTC based.


New WebKit Features in Safari 11 (WebKit)
WebRTC placed first in the list…

Our 2nd Generation HTML5 Video Recorder (Pipe)
Pipe moves from server-side to client-side recording.

Welcome Windows Developers (TokBox)
TokBox adds a PC SDK for Windows.

Call Re-Connection for the Web App Just Got Even Better (Gruveo)
This is one where many falter – handling disconnection and reconnection requirements around WebRTC’s basic capabilities.

YouTube-style embedding of video consultation rooms (Coviu)
Coviu joins the recent iframe embedding trend and enables that in their service.

Safari 11 support (Voximplant)
Voximplant adds support to Safari.

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