WebRTC Weekly Issue #83 - September 2, 2015

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

Before we begin:

Kranky Geek WebRTC Show Friday, September 11th in San Francisco is looking to be a great event and it’s already oversold. However, you can still register using this registration link as our special reader. This event will be broadcast live and available for later replay on YouTube. Many thanks to our sponsors Google & Twilio as well as Atlassian and IBM Bluemix for their support. Follow the action on twitter @webrtclive


Tech giants join forces to hasten high-quality online video (CNET)
The big news of this month that just began.

VP Video Codec (Microsoft Edge)
Apparently, Microsoft is adding VP9 to their browser.

Disruptive Innovations in Unified Communications (NoJitter)
Andrew Prokop on disruptive innovation in telecom and where WebRTC fits in.

Webrtc in Safari? (WebRTC by Dr Alex)
Alex Gouaillard explains what the recent commits to Webkit’s source by Apple employees might mean.

Best of Breed WebRTC Software Components (The New Dial Tone)
Amir Zmora on the various components that make up a WebRTC project.


Chrome M45 WebRTC Release Notes (discuss-webrtc)
Next Chrome release introduces the new echo canceller to most Windows and Linux users.

Gaming with the WebRTC DataChannel – A Walkthrough with Arin Sime (webrtcHacks)
Arin Sime offers a tutorial on building a memory game with the help of WebRTC.

P2P WebRTC file sharing app: Frontend using React & Flux (zohaib.me)
Zohaib Rauf explains how he built an ephemeral file sharing service using React and WebRTC.

Taming WebRTC with PeerJS: Making a Simple P2P Web Game (toptal)
Mahmud Ridwan explains how to use PeerJS to build simple multiplayer games.

WebRTC Group Video Chatting Basics (Part 2) (PubNub)
Kevin Gleason continues his explanation of adding basic features to a video chat app built using WebRTC and PubNub.

Spectrum Analyzer for WebRTC Audio Stream (AgilityFeat)
Jean Lescure shows how to visualize audio inputs from getUserMedia. Also check out Stuart Memo’s Web Audio API tutorial.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

FCC to build an open source video platform for ASL users (Engadget)
One has to wonder will this be using WebRTC.

Top 19 Companies in WebRTC (AT&T)
An interesting selection of vendors by AT&T.


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