WebRTC Weekly Issue #219 - April 11, 2018

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


Living the #WebRTC start-up CEO dream (Dr Alex on WebRTC)
“open source software gives you the opportunity to modify the source code yourself, but it does not give you the capacity to do so.”

Make collaboration the heart of your live streams, podcasts, and videos with Skype for Content Creators (Skype)
Skype going after podcasters and live streamers.


​Can computer science take the glitch and stall out of real-time video? (Stanford Engineering)
An interesting approach to media quality, but somehow the bad WebRTC behavior is far worse than I’ve ever experienced. Something looks fishy

Release Notes for Safari Technology Preview 53 (WebKit)
A few bug fixes related to WebRTC in the latest Safari release.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Why the Future of Gaming will be Powered by Voice (Agora.io)
I find this one really interesting, especially when I see no other CPaaS vendor focusing on gaming in such a way.

Enabling a Live Video Experience That’s Powerful and Secure (TokBox)
TokBox about healthcare requirements (and winnin InTouch Health as a customer).

Tribe combines arcade games with group video chat (TechCrunch)
My usual question – is this using WebRTC? My guess is that it is.

Greta is no more. Here’s why (Greta.io)
Greta has shut down.

How Clique Migrated Smoothly to the Newest AWS EC2 C5 Instance (testRTC)
Clique making use of testRTC for stress testing purposes.


Agora.io SDK version 2.1.1 has arrived: sponsored
What’s cool in this release: you can now create fun audio effect, choose a custom video source, get crystal clear in-game voice through the new Gaming audio profile

Jitsi Meet Simplified (Jitsi)
Jitsi Meet simplies its UI a bit, making it more user friendly.

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