09 Mar RealTimeWeekly #70
We have a lot of interesting content this week – from Google’s PubSub announcement, to the latest on WebRTC from Google, a great video tutorial on building real time web apps, recording WebRTC video and audio streams, and more. Plus we’ve added a new “Articles” section to RealTimeWeekly.co, and the first two articles are included here: an interview with Alan Quayle about TADHack and a post on Orfeo Morello’s GLIR-UP WebRTC based secure “server within a browser” service.
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This week’s Real-Time news
Frederic Lardinois, TechCrunch
Mar 4 2015
Google launches a public beta of their cloud service for “reliable, many-to-many, asynchronous messaging.” Also check out the Google blog’s announcement of Cloud Pub/Sub here.
Jamie Patel, Pusher Blog
Feb 24 2015
We previously included an announcement about the Atom.io plugin Pusher built to allow for pair programming through your text editor, and now Pusher has followed up with a tutorial on how they built it.
Mar 4 2015
Alan Quayle talks about the upcoming TADHack events, in particular the London event. There is an awful lot of cool stuff going on around this event, and you don’t have to be there in person to participate!
Michelle Amodio, Real Time Communications
Mar 2 2015
This light post talks about the home health care opportunities for the Origibot that we also mentioned in last week’s Real Time Weekly #69. Health care in general is certainly an interesting area for WebRTC applications, and Origibot is an interesting use of it for home health care, which will certainly be on the rise as the world’s population ages.
Mar 7 2015
I’ve been watching this project for a few weeks and I think it’s a cool example of what you can do with the WebRTC DataChannel, created by Orfeo Morello, who is also known for creating SecretlyMeet.me. In this post, I take GLIR-UP for a spin.
Brian Poteat, Art & Logic
How to separately record the audio and video streams and then play them back together. As the author says, not a perfect solution but maybe the best available given current browser limitations.