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RealTimeWeekly #136


04 Jul RealTimeWeekly #136

Real Time Weekly: July 4th 2016

In this week’s issue, we’ve got the first video from our WebRTC Argentina event last month, plus cool tutorials on Arduino and PubNub, WebRTC, Audio API, and WebSockets!

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This week’s Real-Time news

Tracking San Francisco’s Microclimates with the Arduino MKR1000

Emma Rose Wirshing, PubNub
Jun 29 2016
Complete tutorial to connect multiple Arduino temperature sensors to PubNub’s network for streaming real time data to a central chart.

WebRTC at Airtime

Tom Hughes, Airtime
Jun 27 2016
A short but informative presentation by the Airtime team on how their WebRTC architecture has changed, starting with a mesh peer-to-peer model and moving to a star topology with media server in the middle. They discuss adapting to network conditions and device capabilities in group chats.

JavaScript Audio API

Matt Sumner, Thoughtbot
Jun 8 2016
Short tutorial showing how to draw waveforms of the sound in an audio file. May serve as a good starting point for building waveforms or sound indicators for your live audio chat.

WebSockets Bring Light at the End of the Tunnel

Joel Lord, Spiria
Jun 20 2016
Conference presentation on WebSockets – a good overview showing how to build a Node server using WebSockets to push data to multiple clients in real time.

WebRTC Argentina: The Future of WebRTC (and bots!)

Jul 1 2016
Video and transcript from a presentation that I did last month with my WebRTC ventures co-founder, David Alfaro, on some ideas we have for how WebRTC and bots may interact more in the future. This is the first of the videos from our WebRTC Argentina event that we will be releasing over coming weeks.

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