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RealTimeWeekly #47

29 Sep RealTimeWeekly #47

A number of WebRTC articles this week, plus scale testing with PubNub, and an article on Meteor for Real Time applications.

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This week’s Real-Time news

Simplifying App Development with PubNub Sample Data

Eri Theis, PubNub

Sep 25 2014

Using PubNub to test an application with large volumes of data.

WebRTC for peer to peer multiplayer?

Sep 22 2014

Forum discussion where someone has asked about the possibilities of using WebRTC for peer to peer data exchange in a multiplayer game. The answers are interesting enough that I thought worth including here for your enjoyment and possible additional comments.

Genband Kandy: A New Development Platform Launches

Phil Edholm, NoJitter

Sep 23 2014

Report on a product launch for a UC platform incorporating WebRTC.

Comparing WebRTC Data Channels and WebSockets

Doug Mohney, WebRTC Solutions

Sep 22 2014

Concise overview of when you might use Data Channels or WebSockets, including when to use unreliable vs reliable data channels.

WebRTC Disruption: Evaluating the 3GPP Study

Jim Machi, TMC Net

Sep 23 2014

“The traction that WebRTC has obtained to date in the industry is substantial, but there is still a ways to go. To realize the full potential of WebRTC, interaction with other standards such as IMS will be crucial.”

Introduction to Realtime Web with Meteor and Node.js

Andrew Munsell

Aug 2 2014

Comparison of Derby.js and Meteor for real time applications, followed by a Meteor tutorial

Blackboard Acquires WebRTC Provider

Campus Technology

Sep 25 2014

Online education tool provider Blackboard picks up a WebRTC provider Requestec. This should be a harbinger of more video chat tools in the education space.

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