15 Jun RealTimeWeekly #84
Articles today covering gaming on the Google Cloud, Raspberry Pi enabled beer fridges, Apple Facetime, and WebRTC!
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This week’s Real-Time news
Philipp Hancke, webrtcHacks
Jun 9 2015
Apple’s Facetime does *not* use WebRTC, but nonetheless it’s interesting to read Philipp’s comparison of Facetime’s implementation and WebRTC.
AT&T developer blog
Jun 8 2015
Beware the much hyped “2 billion devices” claim, which is true but not an accurate representation of how many people are actually using WebRTC. But 2 billion *could* use it. Nonetheless, this post does summarize some statistics and survey results that show WebRTC usage and interest is definitely increasing.
Mike “Bear” Taylor, &yet
Jun 4 2015
A summary of the security measures implemented for Talky.io, which is a good example to follow in your WebRTC application.
This is an older post that I just came across which provides an example of how to do file sharing using Videolink’s WebRTC api.
Lory Gil, Liliputing
Jun 12 2015
A project to show how many beers are in your beer fridge. Thanks to the power of technology, never again will you wonder if you have enough beer at home!
Google Cloud Platform
May 29 2015
Detailed architectural description of how to build a scalable real time gaming platform on the Google Cloud.