WebRTC Weekly Issue #66 - May 6, 2015

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


Facebook Messenger had 1 million video calls in the first 2 days, Facebook says (Mashable)
That’s WebRTC video calls.

18+ Top WebRTC Names to Follow on Twitter (Sinch)
The WebRTC Weekly team is honored to be a part of this list.

Video is About to Become the Way we All Visit the Doctor (Wired)
An overview of the shift healthcare is taking towards video calling (HT to Andy)


Scale or Die: How We Made Gruveo Scalable (Gruveo)
Gruveo explains what they did to scale their service.

WebRTC on a drone (Trefor)
Rob Pickering explains their drone hack from TADHack.

Push Notifications Services You Can Use Today for WebRTC (The New Dial Tone)
A writeup on where you can find web browser push notification today and how usable is it for WebRTC.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Yelp!, eBay and 7 More Apps That Need Better In-App Communication (Sinch)
John Tan shows how WebRTC can help improve many known services out there.

Virtual Reality Streaming for Social Good with Gigabit (ChallengePost)
If you are thinking about where WebRTC fits in with virtual reality – then this is the place to start.


Engineering Powerful Experiences for the Home’s Most Social Screen (Comcast)
Comcast officially announce Xfinity Share.

Wire and WebRTC (Wire)
Wire, who started as mobile only now supports WebRTC web browsers with their service.

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