WebRTC Weekly Issue #94 - November 18, 2015

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


Your Application is Calling (The New Dial Tone)
Amir Zmora writes about the problem in priorities on mobile operating systems.


6 Key UX elements to consider when getting started with WebRTC (AT&T)
Lynn Fisher outlines relevant UX elements for your next WebRTC frontend project.

WebRTC: Sending DTMF in Firefox (Mozilla Hacks)
Adam Roach gives a step by step guide to sending DTMF in WebRTC.

Media/WebRTC/ReleaseNotes/44 (Mozilla wiki)
Mozilla are removing the moz prefix from the main WebRTC APIs (along with some other updates).

WebRTC Early Media Now Possible (WebRTC Standards)
Ever wanted to receive media before finishing the negotiation of a call? WebRTC now has this capability.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Interview: WebRTC Mobile Development (RealTime Weekly)
Arin Sime in an interesting interview with LiveNinja’s CTO.

WebRTC in the Real World: Working for Public Safety (NoJitter)
Alan Percy of Dialogic explains how SaferMobility uses WebRTC for public safety use cases.

Peer Hustle (Sinch)
A hyper local marketplace that uses Sinch for in-app messaging, voice and video.

Callstats.io WebRTC report from Web Summit (CallStats.io)
A good list of WebRTC vendors that were exhibiting at Web Summit in Dublin.

Over $1 Billion in Funding to WebRTC Companies in 2015 (Blacc Spot Media)
It’s not about the number, but the sheer amount of companies in this list.

Apidaze launches a lightweight phone system for Slack.


Introducing Spotlight: your interactive live broadcast solution (TokB0x)
TokBox releases a new service focused on live video broadcast.

Introducing the OpenTok Apple TV OS SDK (TokBox)
TokBox goes after the Apple TV with a new SDK.

Callstats.io Announces Free Developer Plan for WebRTC analytics (CallStats.io)
A free tier for developers who wish to use CallStats.io in a sandbox before deployment.

iOS Video Calling updates – WebRTC SDK 2.0 (QuickBlox)
QuickBlox releases an updated SDK for iOS.

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