WebRTC Weekly Issue #319 - March 18, 2020

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


Teleconference apps and new tech surge in demand amid coronavirus outbreak (Reuters)
The real question is will this die out once we’ll pass this wave or will it put us on a different reality?

Zoom goes boom, Teams tears at seams: Technology stumbles at the first hurdle for this homeworking malarkey (The Register)
A busy week. How come you have time to read this newsletter?

Jamm officially launches (Product Hunt)
Congrats to Badri and team, and just in time for our brave new world of virtual collaboration.


Temporary avoid breaking WebRTC changes in Chrome [COVID-19] (Chromium bug tracker)
No breakage in the next couple of releases…

slack “vulnerability” and how to disable RFC 6062 support if you only need webrtc clients (TURN Server group)
Make sure to validate your coTURN server configuration properly.

Jitsi: An open source web conferencing solution (Dev.to)
How to deploy your own Jitsi environment on AWS.

libwebrtc Compilation flags (WebRTC by Dr Alex)
Read this if you plan to build libwebrtc on your own.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

ClearOne Upgrades Its Cloud-Based Collaboration Software, Adding New Webinar Feature and WebRTC for Simple Browser Access (Press release)
Another vendor adds support for WebRTC.


Bandwidth announces new communications API suite built for scaling SaaS companies (Press release)
Their Voice API now supports WebRTC (in beta).

OpenVidu 2.12.0: a new chapter for OpenVidu (OpenVidu)
Many new features. Worth checking out.

From our own posts

None this week.