WebRTC Weekly Issue #266 - March 13, 2019

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


Microsoft confirms Skype for Web does not work in Safari, Firefox, and Opera (VentureBeat)
A matter of time until they expand to all browsers.

Man told he’s going to die by doctor on video-link robot (BBC News)
Telepresence at its best. Not.


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On the Road to WebRTC 1.0, Including VP8 (WebKit)
The most official thing Apple has ever published on WebRTC. Also check the 77 release notes.

How Janus Battled libFuzzer and Won (webrtcHacks)
In many such cases, I find the journey a lot more important and rewarding than the actual destination.

An Introduction to the Airtime Media Architecture (Airtime)
Airtime gives us a small peek into their design decisions.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Capital Mills supports 24sessions in growth ambitions (24sessions)
24sessions receives funding for its brandable video meetings platform.

Synchronous and Asynchronous Use Cases in Video Communications (WebRTC.ventures)
We often forget the asynchronous ones with WebRTC.

Instagram prototypes video co-watching (TechCrunch)
One wonders if they use WebRTC for the video sync part.


Testing Firefox has just become easier; and other additions in testRTC (testRTC)
Automated WebRTC testing as a service for Firefox is now available from testRTC.


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