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RealTimeWeekly #105

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09 Nov RealTimeWeekly #105

We’re starting to add in more 2016 events to our calendar. If you have more real time conferences planned for 2016, let us know! We’ve also got articles today from Pusher, WebRTCHacks, about real time photo feeds using socket.io, and about webrtc.

As always, if you have tips, event announcements, or suggestions, please contact me directly at Arin@AgilityFeat.com.

Thanks for reading!
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This week’s Real-Time news

Build a Real-Time Photo Update App with the Instagram API

InstagramPhoto
Wern Ancheta, SitePoint
Oct 26 2015
Tutorial showing how to build a real-time photo update app. Every time a new photo with the given hashtag is posted to Instagram, it’s displayed in the app. Uses Node.js, socket.io and Express.

OMG WebRTC is tracking me! Or is it?

webrtcHacks
Philipp Hancke, webrtcHacks
Nov 5 2015
Debunks some claims about possible new security issues in WebRTC in Chrome.

Real-Time Chat with Ember 2 and Pusher

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Jack Franklin, Pusher
Nov 3 2015
“EmberJS is a large, fully featured framework that aims to provide a fantastic base for creating large, complex client side web applications. As part of our Building Realtime Apps Tutorials series, today we’re going to look at how we can integrate Pusher into an Ember 2 application to build a simple real time chat app.”

Error Resilience Mechanisms for WebRTC Video Communications

webrtc_error_resilience
Lasse Lumiaho & Marcin Nagy, callstats.io
Oct 30 2015
“In this blog post we’ll discuss how media is compressed, transmitted over the network, and various error resilience mechanisms.”

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