WebRTC Weekly Issue #203 - December 20, 2017

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


Key Trends in Embedded Video Communications (Vidyo.io) SPONSORED
A follow up to the recent report on Key Trends in Video-Enabled Apps, this live webcast will focus on audience interaction; so bring your questions and insights. Register now.

Video Conferencing for the Future – appear.in Is Being Acquired By Videonor (appear.in)
Congrats to the appear.in team on the acquisition!

The Future Of Communication Is Already Here (Forbes)
A  nice overview of where we’re headed with visual comms.

With $10M in new funding, Huddly launches its smart GO camera for video conferencing (TechCrunch)
At $499 price point, this laptop camera costs like a laptop. Definitely for high end use.

Top 5 Tips for Building Successful Medical Communication Software for Telemedicine (WebRTC.ventures)
I’ve seen these tips comes to play in telemedicine apps myself.


Game on! Learn how to add OpenTok live video chat to Unity (TokBox)
How to add video chat capabilities to Unity by using OpenTok.

Building a mobile video chat app for iOS using Swift (Vidyo.io)
Vidyo.io explains how to build Swift iOS apps with their SDK.

Advanced Testing: Manipulating getUserMedia and Available Devices (testRTC)
How to control device types and selection in getUserMedia automated testing.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Video calling Santa Claus (Atlassian Developer)
Happy Holidays 🙂

Blink introduces a $99 video doorbell (TechCrunch)
One wonders – is this WebRTC?

CamSoda rolls our WebRTC for truly portable cam activities (TechCrunch)
Using WebRTC to get past app store rules for adult content.


Introducing Global Low Latency for Group Rooms and Media Region Selection (Twilio)
Twilio now allows developers to pick a region for the media server (and has variable pricing based on region)

New Mixer app available now (Mixer)
Microsoft now has an updated mobile app for its Mixer service.

Accelerate App Development with Fast Tracks (TokBox)
An interesting approach by TokBox. Creating a suggested reading list based on the app you plan on developing.

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