WebRTC Weekly Issue #31 - September 3, 2014

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


What are the top 50 WebRTC terms I should know? (dialogic.com)
Dialogic provides a single page glossary for WebRTC terms, just before WebRTC Glossary is announced…

How fast will WebRTC go mainstream? And will it be “beyond the browser”? (disruptivewireless.blogspot.com)
Dean Bubley about the rate of adoption of WebRTC.


Using WebRTC in Chrome extensions (blog.ahoyconference.com)
The guys at ahoy! Conference explain how to use WebRTC’s screencasting capabilities within a Chrome extension (and how to capture a specific tab or application).

Buy vs. Build (tokbox.com)
Scott Lomond shares his view when to use a hosted platform for communications development and when to build your own. It boils down to communications as a service versus communications as a feature in my mind.

What We’ve Learned from 15 Years of Signaling (blog.andyet.com)
Peter Saint-Andre on why they have opted for using XMPP signaling for their WebRTC projects.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Translate Your World software for real-time voice translation adds WebRTC (examiner.com)
Real time translation service adds WebRTC support (an obvious match).

Watching Real Time Communications (andyabramson.blogs.com)
Andy Abramson with a list of vendors who are making strides with WebRTC.


Sqwiggle now lets you use your iPad as a ‘second screen’ for always-on team video chats (thenextweb.com)
Sqwiggle introduced an iPad app for their service and it acts as a companion to their desktop service instead of a full app – makes a lot of sense in their case.

3CX Adds Clientless WebRTC Video Conferencing to 3CX Phone System (3cx.com)
3CX announced the release of a new service – 3CX WebMeeting. Guess what? It uses WebRTC.

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