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RealTimeWeekly #142


15 Aug RealTimeWeekly #142

Real Time Weekly: August 15th 2016

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This week’s Real-Time news

Eavesdropping on WebRTC Communication with Funny Cat Pictures

Dr Martin Johns, RuhrSec 2016 conference
May 2016
Very interesting presentation on how a “man in the middle” attack can be conducted in WebRTC on the signaling server.

Add a Realtime User List to Your React-Based Chat App

2-reactjs-infinite-scroll Staff, PubNub Blog
Jul 20 2016
Using Pubnub to display a list of connected users in your application.

Using Rails 5 ActionCable and RethinkDB to build a Reactive WebSocket App

Tinco Andringa, Phusion Blog
Aug 4 2016
Building a collaborative app like Google Spreadsheets with React and ActionCable.  The RethinkDB part provides a changefeeds service that means you don’t need a broadcasting service when changes happen.

The dark side of the Rack and Websockets dreams

bowild blog
Jul 31 2016
The premise is that real time Ruby apps are hurting because of how hard it is to load balance Websockets.

Updates from Latest W3C Working Draft 03 August 2016

WebRTC Standards team
Aug 9 2016
Based on the latest working draft of the WebRTC 1.0 spec, this includes several changes since May 2016.

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