WebRTC Weekly Issue #56 - February 25, 2015

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

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WebRTC Platform as a Service (PaaS) Explained in Plain Language (Respoke)
Our 101 for the week, this time, with a focus on WebRTC PaaS.

Three Things You May Not Know About WebRTC (3CX)
Bianca Allery does a great job in distilling the essence of where we are at with WebRTC.

Response to “Is This WebRTC’s Year?” (Sinch)
Christian Jensen offers his own opinion on Itay’s article on TechCrunch from earlier this month.

Enterprises turn to software for videoconferencing, leave hardware market flat (FierceEnterpriseCommunications)
Enterprise Video Conferencing = Hardware. This shift towards software means the future is bright for WebRTC inside enterprises.


Practical WebRTC Programming: Implementation Samples from Talko (Tap the Mic)
Richard Speyer gives a few code snippets on how to use the C++ interface of WebRTC inside apps.

Solving the WebRTC Interoperability Problem (NoJitter)
Andrew Prokop on Matrix.org signaling solution – and I say – everyone should pick his own signaling and be done with it.

Choosing the Right Co-browsing Technology (VeriShow)
Co-browsing is something we’ve seen done by multiple WebRTC vendors. The good people at VeriShow compares three different implementation routes for co-browsing.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

WebRTC Usage Numbers are Hard to Quantify (The New Dial Tone)
Amir Zmora explains why numbers aren’t interesting for WebRTC adoption, and who is already using it out there.


forge by acision self-service developer portal launched (Acision)
Forge now has a self service portal, targeting the long tail of developers.

LooWID 1.2.0 (LooWID)
Improved UI and YouTube video support.

Synapse 0.7.1 released – with Application Service API (matrix.org)
Another week, another version of Synapse.

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