WebRTC Weekly Issue #62 - April 8, 2015

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

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VP9 codec usage (plus.google.com)
A few billion here, a few billion there, it adds up.

To WebRTC or not WebRTC (nojitter.com)
Shakespeare not withstanding, a nice piece by Dries Plasman at Voxbone.

Five Reasons to choose WebRTC (onsip.com)
Sure it’s a company blog, but onsip lays out some special and compelling arguments in a nice easy to read article.

Democratization of Telecom (infoq.com)
Sounds like a Dean Bubley article, but has a nice graph of the topic WebRTCish applications.


SocketPeer peering made easy (mozilla.org)
What do you get when you combine WebSockets and RTCPeerConnection, thought you’d never ask.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Munich WebRTC MeetUp (meetup.com)
There’s more happening in Munich than just beer as Unify pours up likely the first WebRTC meet up in Munich.

hubl.in introduces P2P Video (hubl.in)
It’s another P2P video conferencing service! Just kidding. No we’re not.


No one’s been working hard enough this week.

From our own posts


Asia ConferenceChris Koehncke (chriskranky.com) will be moderating & attending this 2nd annual WebRTC event  starting 28. April in Singapore and 30. April in Hong Kong.