WebRTC Weekly Issue #96 - December 2, 2015

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


The Five Biggest Myths Surrounding WebRTC (Netscan)
Totally agree.

Make a video call or take a selfie from the comfort of ‘Minecraft’ (TechCrunch)
Ever wondered what a carrier such as Verizon is doing with WebRTC?


4 Indispensible UX patterns to create transparent voice and video calls (AT&T)
Some solid UX patterns to use for a voice or video call – seem obvious, but many forget these.

Build Periscope in 10 Minutes (Infrared5)
How to use the Red5 platform to build a real time video streaming service.

WebRTC standard work highlights from W3C Sapporo Japan and IETF 94 Yokohama Japan meetings (WebRTC Standards)
Dan and Amir gives a quick summary of recent standardization meetings for WebRTC.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

6 Unique WebRTC Use Cases for 2015 (Blacc Spot Media)
Add two of these to my own data set of vendors 🙂

Sylaps Lets You Invite People To A Video Call With A Link (TechCrunch)
The main news about it is why Sylaps and not one of the other 800+ vendors get such coverage on TechCrunch 🙂

IBM WebSphere and WebRTC – An Interview with Brian Pulito from IBM (The New Dial Tone)
Amir Zmora interviews Brian Pulito about their experience using WebRTC.


Bowser 0.6: Our biggest release yet (OpenWebRTC)
Ericsson Bowser has a new release – a lot more stable than previous ones.

Video Call Recording has arrived (VoxImplant)
VoxImplant adds video recording to its platform.

Android WebRTC Group video calling is finally here (Quickblox)
Quickblox SDK for Android now supports group video calls.

Learn On the Go – Take LIVE Sessions on Mobile (Vedantu)
Vedantu adds Android to its platform support.

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