WebRTC Weekly Issue #254 - December 12, 2018

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


Microsoft Edge and Chromium Open Source: Our Intent (MicrosoftEdge githib)
As official as it gets.

Hangouts Chat & Hangouts Meet will open to consumers before ‘Hangouts classic’ shuts down (9to5Google)
Can’t wait for this migration to happen. Finding the screensharing button when using sometimes Hangouts and sometimes Meet is confusing as hell.


Sending Packet Loss Feedback in WebRTC SFUs  (Real Time Communications Bits)
Suggestions on packet loss feedback implementation for SFU implementers.

Release Notes for Safari Technology Preview 71 (WebKit)
Minor additions and improvements on the WebRTC part.

Troubleshooting Unwitting Browser Experiments (webrtcHacks)
How a Chrome experiment on AEC3 caused issues for contact centers.

1-to-1 Video Chat App on Android (Agora.io)
The step-by-step guide of doing this with Agora (there’s one for iOS as well).

Use Cases and Customer Wins

TechSee nabs $16M for its customer support solution built on computer vision and AR (TechCrunch)
Visual assistance is one of the fields where WebRTC is being adopted.


Monitoring WebRTC apps just got a lot more powerful (testRTC)
A new release of testRTC focuses on monitoring capabilities.

Announcing Programmable Video Network Quality API (Twilio)
Twilio now gives an API to track quality in their web SDK.

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