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RealTimeWeekly #181


29 May RealTimeWeekly #181

Real Time Weekly: May 29th 2017

This week we’ve got interesting articles of Real time and WebRTC. Great announcements from Twilio like the Video Group Rooms enabling up to 50 participants using a SFU!

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This week’s Real-Time news

WebRTC Tutorial: Simple video chat

May 16, 2017
An overview of the basis of WebRTC with a simple tutorial to build a 1:1 call using the WebRTC Javascript APIs.

“Why We Didn’t Use A Framework” (Case Study)

Nick Gauthier,
May 17, 2017
Good story about why the MeetSpace’s team decided to use vanilla JS instead of a framework to built a fast and light web app.

Announcing Programmable Video Group Rooms: More Participants, Video Recording, and Pricing for Scale

Rob Brazier,
May 18, 2017
Twilio announced Video Group Rooms (in beta for now), enabling video and audio recording and increasing the number of users that can participate in a Room to 50.

HEVC, VP9 and The Future of Video Codecs

Nick Kraakman,
May 18, 2017
Pros and cons of H.264/AVC, H.265/HEVC, VP9 codecs and other advanced codecs and a look to the future of video encoding.

Google I/O: Kotlin for Android will Simplify User Experience Development

Roberto Perez Cubero,
May 19, 2017
Great article from Tokbox describing the benefits of Kotlin for app developers, and how this language can be used with the OpenTok Android SDK.

Tips for iOS & WebRTC Development with TokBox

Jerónimo Valli,
May 24, 2017
A getting started tutorial to build a WebRTC iOS native app using Opentok SDK

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