WebRTC Weekly Issue #343 - September 2, 2020

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


Dialpad acquires video conferencing service Highfive (TechCrunch)
Didn’t see that one coming.

‘It was quite a ride’: Jitsi’s Emil Ivov on scaling up the video conferencing platform during a pandemic (The Daily Swig)
The interesting bit for me is “exposing Jitsi as an embeddable platform”.


WebRTC for the Curious – Go beyond the APIs (discuss-webrtc)
An announcement of a new online book on WebRTC. Finally a book that is up to date (work in progress).

Cross-platform peer to peer file sharing over the web using Webrtc and React Js (Dev2919)
Not enough data channel file sharing examples out there.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Messenger Enhances Your Rooms Experience with New Features (Messenger News)
Background replacement.

Ontario Court of Justice continues roll-out of in-person and virtual proceedings (The Lawyer’s Daily)
Remote court rooms via Zoom and JVN (=WebRTC).

EnableX.io equips Preksh to efficiently resolve complex customer queries through its advanced Video APIs (Press release)
Online retail storefronts starting to use WebRTC as well.

Case Study: Verbling gains insights into every call using callstats (Callstats.io)
Callstats assists Verbling in understanding network issues for its users.


None this week.

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