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RealTimeWeekly #84


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

Facetime doesn’t face WebRTC


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.

Are We at the Tipping Point of WebRTC Adoption?


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.

Is Talky truly secure?


Mike “Bear” Taylor, &yet
Jun 4 2015
A summary of the security measures implemented for, which is a good example to follow in your WebRTC application.

Building Secure Peer-to-peer File Sharing with WebRTC


Videolink Platform
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.

Make a home connected beer fridge with Raspberry Pi 2


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!

Real-time Gaming with Node.js + WebSocket on Google Cloud Platform


Google Cloud Platform
May 29 2015
Detailed architectural description of how to build a scalable real time gaming platform on the Google Cloud.

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