WebRTC Weekly Issue #238 - August 22, 2018

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


2nd Annual Embedded Video Communication Report sponsored
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AV1 and the Video Wars of 2027 (Mozilla)
I wonder who MalCorp is in this story.


Making Phone Calls from a Web Browser with Vue.JS and Nexmo In-App Voice (Nexmo)
Nexmo shows how to get a phone call into a web browser using their In-App Voice service.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Bringing Live Video Chat to Mobile Games sponsored
Agora.io Partners With Bunch To Bring Live Video Chat To Popular Mobile Games!

SNES.party lets you play Super Nintendo with your friends (TechCrunch)
We had this here last week. This week, it made it to TechCrunch.

8 Use Cases for Real-time Communications with WebRTC (NoJitter)
A nice round up of markets where WebRTC is useful.

WebRTC Healthcare Will Create an Instant Access Medical Care Hub (VC Daily)
A good overview of why WebRTC is being used by so many healthcare vendors.


Vuzix Expands M300 Smart Glasses See-What-I-See Application Offerings for the Connected Field Worker (Press release)
WebRTC in smart glasses for field workers is a thing this past year or so.

New Pipe Embed Code v2.0 Is Released In Beta (Pipe)
Lots of improvements here if you need recording capabilities.

Use Jitsi with Slack Today (Jitsi)
I wonder how many use third party voice and video conferencing services get from integrations with Slack.

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