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RealTimeWeekly #164

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30 Jan RealTimeWeekly #164

Real Time Weekly: Jan 30th 2017

The big news last week in the WebRTC world is the release of Vidyo.io’s new API, and we have a tutorial from Vidyo on building an iOS chat app. We’ve also got content on Janus, TURN servers, and testing WebRTC.

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

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This week’s Real-Time news

How to Build a Mobile Video Chat App for iOS in Minutes

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Philip Futernik, Vidyo.io blog
Jan 24 2017
Vidyo.io just released their webrtc api, and this video walks you through building an iOS app with their API.

Keep your TURN servers close

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Philipp Hancke, Appear.in
Jan 20 2017
Quick post showing the impact of having your TURN server regionally located close to your traffic. Yes, it’s a good idea.

Correlating information from Janus event handlers

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Lorenzo Miniero, MeetEcho
Jan 20 2017
Additional information on how to use event handlers in Janus to correlate things with like transport information or user connections

3 Synchronization techniques to test WebRTC at scale

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Tsahi Levent-Levi, testRTC
Jan 25 2017
Different scenarios for how you can test larger WebRTC calls in an automated fashion with WebRTC.

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