21 Sep RealTimeWeekly #98
We have lots of interesting news and blog posts about WebRTC this week, as people continue to still write about what they learned at the Kranky Geek event. The slides from my talk on UX for WebRTC are here.
Also, it’s not too early to think about 2016 conferences! In fact, Twilio has opened up a call for presenters for the 2016 Signal Conference. I had to miss it this year but I heard great things about the conference, so if you’ve got something interesting to share now is the time to apply to speak!
As always, if you have tips, event announcements, or suggestions, please contact me directly at Arin@AgilityFeat.com.
This week’s Real-Time news
Sep 12 2015
A nice summary of the talks about WebRTC at Kranky Geek and Alex’s key takeaways. We also wrote up our own recap of KrankyGeek on RealTimeWeekly.
Sep 15 2015
A nice summary of the WebRTC announcements made by Google at KrankyGeek. You might also be interested in this post on Google’s GetUserMedia SSL changes from TokBox which provides a few resources to make sure your site can hanlde the switch.
Philipp Hancke and Maire Reavy, Mozilla Hacks
Sep 10 2015
Firefox will allow users to control if your application can share peer to peer data channels with their browser, much like video/audio permissions.