WebRTC Weekly Issue #67 - May 13, 2015

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


WebRTC vs VoLTE – What’s the Difference (Sinch)
Comparing the technology and focus of WebRTC and VoLTE.

At The Intersection of WebRTC and Traditional Telephony (Mojo Lingo)
Ben Langfeld explains the differences between traditional VoIP and WebRTC.


How to write a basic WebRTC app from scratch (Patrick Dunn)
A good 101 resource for those who wish to start with WebRTC development.

Facebook Messenger likes WebRTC (webrtcHacks)
Another great analysis by Fippo. This time on how Messenger makes use of WebRTC.

Building Your New WebRTC App, PaaS or Not? (Nimble Ape)
Dan Jenkins on his impressions from vendor’s decision on selecting PaaS or DIY.

WebRTC Standards
A new and important resource to follow on the happenings in and around the WebRTC standardization process.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

The Future of Field Services and WebRTC: 3 Use Cases (TokBox)
Scott Lamond covers the domain of field services and their use of WebRTC. A continuation of TokBox’ series of post about verticals.

All fueled up: Vedantu raises $5 million in Series A funding (Vedantu)
Vedantu raises money for their education related use case, which happen to use WebRTC.

Cisco to Acquire Tropo – Press Coverage (Tropo)
As the headline says, Cisco now “owns” a developer ecosystem for communication APIs.


SIP.js 0.7.0 Adds Fixes and Support for Attended Transfer – Recommended Upgrade (OnSIP)
SIP.js gets a new release. One of the solid alternatives for SIP over WebSocket written in JavaScript.

PerchRTC: An iOS WebRTC Sample App (Perch)
Perch open sources and explains their “own” iOS version of WebRTC.

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