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RealTimeWeekly #165


06 Feb RealTimeWeekly #165

Real Time Weekly: Feb 6th 2017

Exciting WebRTC news from the Microsoft team this week!

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This week’s Real-Time news

How End-to-End Encryption Works in Video and Text Messaging Apps

January 30, 2017
Amazing introduction to the basis of End-to-End Encryption (E2EE) and how it works in most popular video and text messaging apps.

Bandwidth Estimation in WebRTC (and the new Sender Side BWE)

Gustavo García,
January 30, 2017
“Bandwidth estimation is probably the most critical component in the video engine of WebRTC. The bandwidth estimation (BWE) module is responsible for deciding how much video* traffic you can send without congesting the network to prevent degradation of the video quality.”

Message delivery modes

January 30, 2017
How the messages can be delivered using Realtime Framework Messaging Service: “at-most-once” and “at-least-once”.

Introducing WebRTC 1.0 and interoperable real-time communications in Microsoft Edge

Bernard Aboba and Shijun Sun, Windows Blog
Jan 31 2017
Microsoft Edge has announced support of the WebRTC 1.0 API in Edge! This includes support for the H.264/AVC and VP8 video codecs.  Apple, are you listening? We’re all waiting on you now!

How to Choose a WebRTC Development Path?

Tsahi Levent-Levi,
February 1, 2017
Choosing a WebRTC development strategy is an important decision if you are planning a product that needs communications. Tsahi describes what your options really are.

Async Communication Between WARs with WebSockets

Adam Bien,
Feb 03, 2017
WebSockets come with Java EE 7 and require no additional dependencies or libraries. Particularly in “microservices architectures” websockets are an interesting option for the implementation of WAR to WAR communication.

All about WebRTC in Firefox and adapter.js.

February 3, 2017
Jan-Ivar Bruaroey from the Mozilla Firefox WebRTC team will talk the next February 27 about adapter.js, browser compatibility and browser standards support.

Kranky Geek WebRTC Brazil, 2016

Kranky Geek has uploaded all the videos of the WebRTC event at Google São Paulo!

WebRTC Update 2017 – a full day of realtime communications!

Full day of tutorials and talks about WebRTC at WebRTC Forum Stockholm
Wordpress tag: WebRTC, meetup, tutorial.

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