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RealTimeWeekly #168


27 Feb RealTimeWeekly #168

Real Time Weekly: Feb 27th 2016

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This week’s Real-Time news

Realtime Google Maps Geolocation Tracking with JavaScript

Sunny Gleason,
February 2, 2017
Very nice tutorial of geolocation tracking in Realtime using the Google Maps JavaScript API and PubNub.

PSA: WebRTC M57 Release Notes

February 14, 2017
Check out the release notes that include a bunch of new features, bug fixes and enhancements that are coming for Chrome and Native Android/iOS.

Add Turn-by-Turn Navigation with Mapbox Directions API

Sunny Gleason,
February 15, 2017
A tutorial of how to build an app that calculates turn-by-turn navigation in realtime integrating Mapbox Direction API and PubNub BLOCKS.

WebRTC. Chrome 57 to set multiplexing policy to require by default

February 15, 2017
Interesting post about the SDP attribute “rtcp-mux” in WebRTC and the changes coming in Chrome 57.

When CPaaS Target Enterprises. 3 Different Approaches

Tsahi Levent-Levi,
February 20, 2017
Three different approaches CPaaS vendors are taking when they are targeting the enterprise.

How to build a ‘who’s typing’ feature in Javascript

February 21, 2017
A step by step tutorial of how to build a ‘who’s typing’ in a chat app with Pusher and JS.
Wordpress tags: realtime, pusher, chat, javascript

New Windows into WebRTC with UWP: Q&A with Microsoft’s James Cadd

February 22, 2017
Interview to James Cadd from Microsoft answering questions about WebRTC for Universal Windows Platform (UWP). Great news for Windows devs!

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