WebRTC Weekly Issue #93 - November 11, 2015

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


Crossing The Browser Update Chasm (The New Dial Tone)
Amir Zmora about the challenges that browsers pose to those using WebRTC to build their services.

Skype introduces a Share button for the Web (TheNextWeb)
Skype joins the web for real. While this move could have happened years ago, they decided to act on it only once they had some initial ORTC support.

Unify Will Be Siemens’ No More (NoJitter)
Unify gets acquired by Atos.


OMG WebRTC is tracking me! Or is it? (webrtcHacks)
Fippo is at his best when he is pissed off about something.

ICE Warm-up and Finding The Right m-line Using WebRTC Transceivers (WebRTC Standards)
How WebRTC handles controlling multiple m-lines in SDP.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

1DocWay acquired by Genoa, a QoL Healthcare Company (1DocWay)
1DocWay, a telehealth vendor using WebRTC for online consultation got acquired by Genoa.

Personally Connect to Your Customers with WebRTC (AT&T)
Plantronics’ use of WebRTC in their call center.


New version 0.3 of iOS SDK (OpenWebRTC)
OpenWebRTC has a new iOS SDK with an updated API.

New feature: add members to your room (appear.in)
A room can now be shared in appear.in when it comes to controlling it.

Crosswalk for 64-bit Android Devices (Crosswalk)
It’s all in the title.

Large Video, Canned Responses & Enhanced 3rd-party Reporting (VeriShow)
VeriShow’s latest release puts more emphasis on video chat.

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