WebRTC Weekly Issue #414 - January 19, 2022

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


Why Your WebRTC Application Needs a Better Network (sponsored):
WebRTC is only as good as the network architecture supporting it. Check out Subspace.

‘Fortnite’ Comes to iOS Safari and Android Through NVIDIA GeForce NOW via Closed Beta (NVIDIA)
WebRTC enabled this to happen. I wonder if Apple would simply state that they have no monopoly in apps because of it.


WebRTC M97 Release Notes (discuss-webrtc)
Mostly bug fixes.

Ways to save an image from your webcam in 2022 (webrtcHacks)
Chad is definitely thorough. If you’re capturing images read this.

Nik Ivanov’s Watney Raspberry Pi Telepresence Robot Gets an Overhaul: Meet Watney 3.0 (Hackster)
Relies on Janus and GStreamer for video and audio.

Top 5 Must-Have Video Call Characteristics (Agora)
Check if you’ve got these covered in your app.

Using WebRTC, MUX and Matrix to deliver the best CommCon yet (CommCon)
The tech used to make CommCon happen.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Announcing the WebRTC.ventures Training Program (sponsored):
Are you an experienced Javascript developer that wants to make a career in WebRTC?

LiveHive wants to be a ‘one stop shop’ for online yoga teachers, PTs and other coaches (TechCrunch)
Most probably uses WebRTC.

Meta shuts down its experimental video speed-dating service, Sparked (TechCrunch)
Growth probably wasn’t in-line with the expectations.


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None this week.