WebRTC Weekly Issue #418 - February 16, 2022

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


TURN 101: A Guide to NAT Traversal (sponsored):
Discover how Subspace has reimagined NAT traversal.

Google Duo’s video chat app gains a SharePlay-inspired feature called ‘live sharing’ (TechCrunch)
Limited apps sharing as part of Duo. Will this be opened as a sharing interface if it becomes popular?

Virtual events platform Hopin cuts 12% of staff, citing goal of ‘sustainable growth’ (TechCrunch)
Are we staring to see the end of the pandemic?


Experienced WebRTC Developers Needed! (sponsored):
Immediate full and part-time opportunities. Paid leave and much more!

WebRTC M98 Release Notes (discuss-webrtc)
A focus on screen sharing.

Multistream is here (meetecho)
Single peer connection for multiple media streams is what you should be using.

Microsoft Teams performance improvements reduce power consumption in meetings by up to 50% (Microsoft Tech Community)
2021 was all about squeezing the optimization lemon.

Load testing applications built with the Amazon Chime SDK (AWS blogs)
Or you can just use testRTC and collect a lot more data a lot faster 🙂

Use Cases and Customer Wins

CoScreen Joins Datadog (CoScreen)
This is an interesting acquisition. Application monitoring buying a collaboration service.

Reddit rolls out a web version of Reddit Talk, its live audio product (TechCrunch)
Clubhouse by Reddit. By now, are we looking at Clubhouse as a feature or a service?


From our own posts

None this week.