WebRTC Weekly Issue #35 - October 1, 2014

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


What hell is WebRTC? An introductory talk by appear.in developer Dag-Inge Aas (blog.appear.in)
Our 101 this week comes from Appear.in in the form of a video intro session – and a very good one at that.


WebRTC Creeper Drone – Browser Controlled RC Car (instructables.com)
Have a weekend to spare and a desire to play with an RC Car and a browser? This one is for you…

Otalk & WebRTC on iOS (steamclock.com)
Nigel Brooke shares the challenges in the work they did in porting WebRTC to iOS and the implementation of Talky.

Peer-to-peer video chat using VoxImplant (voximplant.com)
VoxImplant explains how to build a video chat scenario with their platform.

Automated Testing of WebRTC Applications (blog.andyet.com)
&yet explain how they automate their own testing of the Talky.io service.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Our Latest Acquisition: Revolutionizing Video Conferencing (blog.blackboard.com)
Requestec taken off market. Blackboard acquires them with a focus on education.

WebRTC Rocks for Music (blog.uppersideconferences.com)
A music streaming service based on WebRTC.

You’re A Doctor, And You’re In Real Time Wherever You May Be Located At The Time (cio2cmo.com)
Brad Bush tells the story of HelloMD and how they tackle the health tourism market.

Talko, and Using Your Voice (nojitter.com)
Matt Krebs provides an interesting analysis of what makes Talko interesting.


Call for Early Adopters: Respoke Web Communications (blogs.digium.com)
Digium makes it official – their Repsoke WebRTC API Platform is looking for early adopters. Check it out.

OpenTok iOS SDK 2.3.0 is released, including iOS 8 support (tokbox.com)
TokBox releases a new SDK to support iOS8. There’s also a new Android SDK.

Meeting From Anywhere Just Got Easier (blog.fuze.com)
Fuze adds support for WebRTC to their enterprise video conferencing service.

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