WebRTC Weekly Issue #202 - December 13, 2017

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


Introducing Callbar Electron (Talkdesk)
Talkdesk goes Electron – a trend of the last year or two.

Should You Build a Native or Web-Based Video Chat Application? (Vidyo)
That’s a question you should answer before you start implementing anything.

Watch Out for SD-WAN Magic When it Comes to VoIP & WebRTC (The New Dial Tone)
What optimizations can SD-WAN vendors do for VoIP and WebRTC?


Build a Mobile Video Chat App for Android in 9 Minutes (Vidyo.io) SPONSORED
Know an Android Developer? Like to play with cool technology yourself? Check out this tutorial and learn how easy it is to build a video chat app for Android.

Signaling state changes (callstats.io)
An overview of the state changes a WebRTC session goes through in its signaling.

Exploring Facial Recognition with WebRTC (Simpleweb)
Client-side facial recognition in WebRTC using BRFv4

[Demo] WebRTC Video Call over Websockets (WebRTC.ventures)
We didn’t have a 101 post on WebRTC for quite some time.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Echofin is Slack for financial professionals (TechCrunch)
And just like Slack it uses WebRTC.

Facebook now lets you livestream your Messenger games (Mashable)
Facebook joins the livestreaming of games scene.

ClassPass will soon help you break a sweat at home with ClassPass Live (TechCrunch)
One wonders if this is WebRTC based or not.


Nothing interesting this week.

From our own posts