WebRTC Weekly Issue #274 - May 8, 2019

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


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Using the Permissions API to Detect How Often Users Allow or Deny Camera Access (Pipe)
Interesting to see analysis of user behavior.

Release Notes for Safari Technology Preview 81 (WebKit)
More WebRTC updates coming to Safari.

What is Coming In HTTP/3 QUIC? (Nordic APIs)
A matter of time until QUIC hits WebRTC and becomes popular.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Collaboration Squared Just Launched an ‘Always-On’ Video Conferencing Portal (rAVe)
Video wall concept. I wonder if it is time for that.

Google engineers detail the streaming tech behind Stadia’s “imperceptible” latency (PCGamesN)
There’s low latency and then there’s low latency.

The Technology Behind Telehealth (WebRTC.ventures)
When you drill down to a specific industry or scenario, WebRTC usually is just a building block.


Open source at F8 2019 (Facebook Code)
Facebook open sources their QUIC stack.

mediasoup v3 is out (mediasoup forum)
I got a glimpse of that interviewing Inaki and Jose recently. Impressive.

Enhancements to the Programmable Video Network Quality API (Twilio)
Twilio makes its video quality APIs more verbose and detailed.

Improve Amazon Connect Customer Experiences with New Open-Source Software from callstats.io (callstats.io)
callstats.io focuses on Amazon Connect with a new set of open source extensions.

You can now build your WebRTC app on Talky (&yet)
Talky is now a sample app for SimpleWebRTC.


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