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RealTimeWeekly #138


18 Jul RealTimeWeekly #138

Real Time Weekly: July 18th 2016

I’m pleased to announce a new RealTimeWeekly Show coming up! We will host a very interesting discussion with about WebRTC call analytics. You can register for free below. In addition, we’ve got a PubNub/Angular tutorial, a GPS streaming data tutorial, and an interesting interview about a WebRTC FinTech architecture.

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This week’s Real-Time news

WebRTC Analytics with

RealTimeWeekly Show #2
Jul 26 2016
Join us for a live webinar with founder Varun Singh about WebRTC Analytics! Varun and his team have, which allows for Analytics and Optimizations for WebRTC media streams. Varun will share with us some of the insights they have learned, and best practices for building your WebRTC applications.  Sign up for this free webinar and bring your questions with you!

Realtime AngularJS Apps Made Simple with PubNub’s AngularJS SDK 3.2

Martin Lagrange, PubNub
Jun 30 2016
New abstraction layers released for PubNub and AngularJS – This tutorial shows you how to use them and links to Angular entry level tutorials as well.

WebRTC Disrupting Communications in The Financial Sector

Amir Zmora, The New Dialtone
Jul 12 2016
Amir interviews Joseph Heenan, VP of Engineering at GreenKey Technologies, about how the financial sector imposes extra technical hurdles on WebRTC and other communication technologies.  There are some good tidbits in here about how they have architected their WebRTC app and the technical decisions they’ve made.

Tracking GPS data with the Tessel 2

Patrick Catanzariti, SitePoint Tutorials
Jul 4 2016
Using Javascript on the Tessel to track data from a GPS sensor and pass it back to a web service.  Uses WebSockets and a Node.JS server for display of that data on a Google Map.

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