WebRTC Weekly Issue #76 - July 15, 2015

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


Creating A Universal Remote Control For Business Communications (Tech Crunch)
Wes Durow on the technologies and trends affecting enterprise communications (WebRTC is obviously there).

Telecoms Regulation and the mythical “Level Playing Field”: A Flawed Analogy (Disruptive Wireless)
Dean Bubley analyzes the problems with the “level playing field” analogy used in the telecom world.

It’s a Long Way to Tipperary, But My Heart’s Right There (AT&T)
Claudio Vacalebre on the need for contextual collaboration.

Facebook’s new chief security officer wants to set a date to kill Flash (The Verge)
With the latest revelations on security issues in Flash I don’t blame him. Time for Flash to go the way of the dodo


WebRTC on Web, iOS and Android (Google+)
A video by Google and the appear.in team giving a quick overview of WebRTC, mapping it to native mobile.

Dear NY Times, if you’re going to hack people, at least do it cleanly (webrtcHacks)
Fippo dives into the NY Times WebRTC code to analyze what they could have done better.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Groupama uses WebRTC in its Social Network for Business Customers (Upperside)
The story of Granvillage. What I like about it is that it is a free service offered to Groupama’s customers. Smart.

Wasabee (Sinch)
Sinch’s case study on Wasabee, a consumer messaging app.

Rhinobird Enters The Live Streaming Race With Its Collaborative, Hashtag-Powered App (TechCrunch)
There are now several video streaming companies that are making use of WebRTC. Rhinobird is one of them.


API Update: Finding Errors in WebRTC Connection Setup (callstats.io)
callstats.io adds error reporting capabilities to indicate why connections fail.

Get Talky behind your firewall now (&yet)
&yet have packaged Talky as an OEM’d product you can run on premise.

Announcing Gruveo Instant Connect for Chrome (Gruveo)
Gruveo now has a Chrome extension for its video chat service.

Introducing Crosswalk Project for Debian Linux (Crosswalk)
Crosswalk provides web technologies (along with WebRTC) packaged for embedding. Started off on Android. Added iOS recently. And now Linux.

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