WebRTC Weekly Issue #296 - October 9, 2019

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

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Signal Messenger Bug Lets Callers Auto-Connect Calls Without Receivers’ Interaction (The Hacker News)
Feels more like misuse by Signal than a limitation in WebRTC.


Top 5 Methods of Low-Latency, Live Video Streaming: Which One Works? (Red5 Pro)
An overview of current alternatives for video streaming. Missing from the list is WebRTC’s data channel and theoretically QUIC.

How to Add Video to Your React Chat App with Nexmo (Nexmo)
Nexmo shows how to use its new Conversation API in React for the creation of video calls.

Creating a Production-Ready WebRTC App for Video Calls: 5 Considerations for Developers (Code Project)
Build vs Buy article around video calling apps.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Quirónsalud Málaga Hospital and Telefónica present the first system of expert remote assistance to surgeries based on 5G and the integration of medical data through augmented reality (Telefonica)
Remote surgery with WebRTC in a browser. I wonder what happens if the tab crashes.

Broadcast Pix chooses Medialooks MFormats, WebRTC to power remote solutions (Rapid TV News)
Broadcaster control solutions using WebRTC seem to be popping up these days.

Agora.io Thinks Inside the Box with New Integrated Video Capabilities (Press release)
An interesting move by Agora, providing an application/reference for Box video call integration.


New UI, assets and better WebRTC analytics (testRTC)
A new version for testRTC.

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