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RealTimeWeekly #160

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19 Dec RealTimeWeekly #160

Real Time Weekly: Dec 19th 2016

Welcome to the final RealTimeWeekly of 2016! We are taking the next couple of weeks off for holidays, but we’ll be back on January 9th, ready to once again find the best real-time tutorials and tips for you!

In this week’s issue, we have a few new articles for you, and then a summary of the most popular links of 2016 in our newsletter.  So if you haven’t been with us all year, or you just want to review some past articles and videos, then check out those links below!

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

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

WebRTC Live Q&A Session #11

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WebRTCStandards.info
Dec 19 2016
Just a few hours ago the WebRTC standards team held another webinar, and you can see the recording here.

How to Write the WebRTC Requirements for Your New Product?

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Tsahi Levent-Levi, BlogGeek.me
Dec 12 2016
Nice write up of how Tsahi structures Requirements documents for WebRTC apps – good food for thought if you’re about to build or contract a WebRTC app.

WebRTC signaling using signal-fire

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Michiel van der Velde, Art of Coding
Dec 9 2016
Tutorial of how to use signal-fire, a node.js based signaling server for WebRTC that the author wrote.

Overview of WebRTC Media Servers

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Dr Alex Gouaillard, WebRTCbyDrAlex.com
Dec 13 2016
A translation to English of a post by Iwase Yoshimasa, describing the current state of MCU and SFU media servers for WebRTC apps.

An Intro to WebRTC and Accessing a User’s Media Devices

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Sebastian Patron, Medium
Dec 12 2016
A tutorial on the use of GetUserMedia for getting access to camera and microphone.

And here they are, the most popular posts of 2016!

RealTimeWeekly Show: CallStats.io

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RealTimeWeekly.co
Jul 12 2016

7 things to expect in WebRTC development in 2016

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WebRTC.ventures
Jan 15 2016

Introduction to WebRTC – Part 1 – WebRTC Argentina

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RealTimeWeekly.co 
Aug 16 2016

RealTimeWeekly Show: Greta.io

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RealTimeWeekly.co
Apr 29 2016

Desktop browsers support in WebRTC – a reality check

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BlogGeek.me
Nov 7 2016

A Reference Architecture for the Internet of Things

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InfoQ
Jan 29 2016

WebRTC media servers in the Cloud: lessons learned (Luis López Fernández)

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WebRTCHacks.com
Sep 9 2016

Will WebSocket survive HTTP/2?

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InfoQ
Mar 14 2016

Load Balancing Websocket Connections

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Deepstream.io
Jul 26 2016

uWebSockets: Highly scalable cross-platform WebSocket & HTTP library for C++11 and Node.js

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Github Project

WebRTC at Airtime

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Airtime
May 18 2016

Message queues — the right way to process and work with realtime data on your servers

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Ably.io
Jul 28 2016

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