WebRTC Weekly Issue #271 - April 17, 2019

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


GeoEdge Researchers Uncover Hacker Abuse of WebRTC Protocols to Distribute Malvertising in Programmatic Header Bidding Identifiable Only via Behavioral Analysis (Press release)
A real concern or pure FUD?

WebRTC Quality of Experience: What is the State of the Art? (callstats.io)
A look at the challenges in measuring and handling quality of experience in WebRTC.


Deprecating TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and DTLS 1.0 in M81 (discuss-webrtc)
I wonder who’s going to miss this and break.

Implementing P2P-SFU transitions in WebRTC (Real Time Communications Bits)
An analysis of what is P2P-SFU transition and who implements it today.

Finding the Warts in WebAssembly+WebRTC (webrtcHacks)
An interesting look at the thought processes and experiments of Google when it comes to WebAssembly and WebRTC.

Deploying and Running Angular ASP.NET Core Video Chat Applications on Microsoft Azure (Twilio)
As the title says.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Putting Tech to Good Use with Arin Sime (University of Virginia)
A review of WebRTC.ventures and UniWellness.

How Screen Sharing is Connecting People in Real-Time (Agora.io)
A few examples of when screen sharing is useful.


OpenVidu 2.9.0: Ubuntu Bionic preview and OpenVidu Pro (OpenVidu)
Lots of optimizations and a new Pro version.

Programmable Video adds support for Safari 12.1 (Twilio)
H.264, VP8 and Simulcast support for Twilio’s Programmable Video on Safari.

Agora.io Web SDK v2.6: Audio Effects, No-Plugin Screen Sharing on Chrome, and much more (Agora.io)
There’s also a new native SDK.


Integrating testRTC into your testing environment (testRTC)
Tuesday, April 30, 14:00 EST

ML/AI and the role it plays in communications (BlogGeek.me)
Tuesday, May 7, 14:00 EST

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