WebRTC Weekly Issue #72 - June 17, 2015

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


In-context vs. out-of-context WebRTC communication. What fits where? (Upperside Conferences)
Pundits lean in to the context issue and where WebRTC fits in all this.

5 Reasons the video world is moving to js-based delivery (Peer5)
Video – live, streamed or “offline” is using HTML5 and JS more and more. Hadar Weiss explains why.


WebRTC and Man in the Middle Attacks (webrtcHacks)
Alan Johnston on man in the middle attacks that are possible in WebRTC if you don’t protect your signaling server properly.

How We Built A Blazing Fast Audio/Video Platform With Just A Team Of 4 (stackshare)
Speak share the architecture they used to build their service.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Comverse Signs Definitive Agreement to Acquire Acision (Comverse)
Comverse is acquiring Acision, the company behind the Forge API platform.

WebRTC, Video Streaming and the Next Big Thing (Simpleweb)
A few WebRTC related use cases in an overview of current realime video technology.


“Hello, can you hear me”: Better Handling of Sound Issues in Gruveo (Gruveo)
Gruveo adds mic detection to assist users find and troublshoot no-audio scenarios.

Hangouts for the desktop gets full-view screen sharing (AndroidGuys)
Screen sharing in Hangouts just got a little bit better.

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