WebRTC Weekly Issue #222 - May 2, 2018

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


AV1 – The Dawn of a New Era in Video Codecs (Vidyo)
How AV1 came to be and its place in WebRTC.

Video Killed the Radio Star. What Kills the Movie Star? (PROPS)
PROPS Project explains the interaction types they’ve baked into their app.


How Houseparty uses testRTC as an integral part of its WebRTC testing (testRTC)
Houseparty’s regression testing done using testRTC.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Instagram debuts video chat, opens Stories up to developers (Mashable)
The WebRTC related announcement from Facebook’s F8 conference.

Matrix and Riot confirmed as the basis for France’s Secure Instant Messenger app (Matrix)
Quite a win for the Matrix team.

Video consultation service Doctor on Demand raised $74 million so everyone can see a doctor anytime (TechCrunch)
Telehealth is popular these days.

Adding Real-Time Collaboration to One2Team’s Strategic Enterprise Work Management (Voxeet)
One2Team uses Voxeet as their video platform of choice.

Webphones: What Are The Advantages and Disadvantages of Each Representative? (WebRTC.ventures)
A look at some of the web phone implementations out there.


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

Product Update: Slice and Dice Your Service Metrics Data (callstats.io)
callstats.io adds better filtering capabilities.

With Microsoft Edge, OpenTok Is Now Supported on All Major Browsers (TokBox)
TokBox adds Edge beta support to its platform.

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