03 Nov RealTimeWeekly #52
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This week’s Real-Time news
Emil Protalinski, VentureBeat
Oct 27 2014
Microsoft takes another step towards supporting WebRTC in IE, and presumably responding to the announcements by Mozilla earlier this year about including WebRTC calls directly in Firefox. Additional analysis from Dean Bubley at Disruptive Wireless and Tsahi Levent-Levi at BlogGeek.me.
Sep 3 2014
Detailed code tutorial
Alex Wilhelm, TechCrunch
Oct 28 2014
The API allows for verification of a user’s identity through SMS to their phone.
Dean Bubley, Disruptive Wireless
Dean is offering for purchase a new edition of his comprehensive reports on the WebRTC industry and forecasts based on his research.
Oct 29 2014
Falling into the category of “cool ways to get your company a little attention”, this design firm used Arduinos and Raspberry Pi’s to make a system to only dispense a free beer to an employee after they fill out timecards. I hate filling out timecards, but I sure do like beer. I am so torn by this concept!
Allan Naranjo, AgilityFeat
Oct 31 2014
My colleague Allan shared his experiences at the HTML5Developers Conference and IoT Conference in San Francisco. You can see his slides and catch the talk in this post.
Pusher has published a couple of interesting real time demo’s recently to check out. Real Time traffic cameras in London and Tracking the International Space Station in real time.
Michael Vizard, ProgrammableWeb
Oct 31 2014
PubNub is releasing a controller to allow you to combine multiple streams of data into one, like a Twitter feed. Learn more about how it works on the PubNub blog.