WebRTC Weekly Issue #240 - September 5, 2018

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


Skype, redesigned (again) (Om)
Om Malik on how Microsoft botched Skype.

Top 10 Web Services To Build Your Own Video Calling App (AppFutura)
I would’t call these my top 10, but a good list nonetheless.

WebRTC & SD-WAN Take a Similar Approach to Standards (The New Dial Tone)


WebRTC Next Version Use Cases (W3C)
Bernard Aboba: “An initial draft of one of the world’s least remarkable documents has become available. By clicking on the links below, your eyes could be among the first to see it! Parental discretion advised!”

Media/WebRTC/ReleaseNotes/63 (Mozilla)
Firefox 63 got a lot of love and attention for WebRTC.

Build a Video Chat App with JavaScript, Vue.js and Programmable Video (Twilio)
A step by step guide to using Twilio video calling with Vue.js.

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!

Important Update about Receiving Your Testnet Airdrop (NOIA)
NOIA switches from Websocket to WebRTC for its distributed CDN.

Surveillance is Becoming Effortless and Smarter Due to RTC (callstats.io)
Callstats.io takes a look at the surveillance market and how WebRTC fits into it.


Interactive Broadcast Solution: Now broadcast your events to a wide audience (WebRTC.ventures)
WebRTC.ventures open sources a live broadcast app that uses TokBox for anyone to use.

Jitsi Meet now with Google and Microsoft calendar support (Jitsi)
Jitsi Meet decided to integrate calendars and they are doing it in a very interesting way.

How To Get the Most out of the New Account Dashboard (TokBox)
TokBox introduces a new account dashboard for its customers.

New Jitsi Meet Mobile now with Live Streaming, better performance and more (Jitsi)
The mobile app for Jitsi Meet now runs faster and smoother.

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