WebRTC Weekly Issue #58 - March 11, 2015

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

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Intro to Web Real-Time Communications (Respoke)
Because we had to have a WebRTC 101 post this week.


Chrome 42 WebRTC Release Notes (Google)
Focus is on performance, default use of IPv6 and a new permission bubble for getUserMedia.

WebRTC Standards Update #2 (The New Dial Tone)
Dan Burnett and Amir Zmora provide an update on WebRTC related standards.

Multi-User Video Conference with WebRTC (Minko Gechev)
Consider this WebRTC 101 for developers.

WebRTC Instagram Video Filters (Respoke)
Tian Davis fools around with video filters on getUserMedia.

Using Angular JS with OpenTok (TokBox)
An introduction to how TokBox makes use of Angular.js in its samples.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

AT&T Enhanced WebRTC API Enriches Videotion Platform and Customers’ Experience (AT&T Developer Community)
AT&T tells the story of how Videotion makes use of the new AT&T WebRTC platform.

WebRTC Use Cases (AT&T Developer Community)
A list of example use cases built during AT&T’s Developer Summit hackathon.


X1: Using the Share by Comcast Labs App (Comcast)
Comcast’ awaited sharing app that uses WebRTC is now out in beta.

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