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RealTimeWeekly #182


05 Jun RealTimeWeekly #182

Real Time Weekly: June 5th 2017

This week we’ve got several good articles of Real time and WebRTC. We have a great one written by Tsahi about Docto’s story, which is a platform that connects patients with medical specialists. 
In addition we’re sharing a survey for! We recommend you to complete it since you’ll get a free copy of the final report. Finally, don’t miss the next WebRTC Live Q&A Session #16 this Monday!

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This week’s Real-Time news

Error Resiliency for Real-Time Video Applications

Roi Sasson,
May 11, 2017
Great article about how the traditional video coding works and how Vidyo uses SVC improving the quality and the packet loss rate.

Google Pushing For WebRTC Browser Interoperability in 2017

Amir Zmora,
May 22, 2017
A summarize of how Google is planning to finalize the WebRTC standards in IETF and W3C.

The new HTML5 video\audio API has privacy issues on desktop Chrome

Ran Bar-Zik,
May 28, 2017
This article describes a privacy issue in Chrome that enables the camera using the MediaRecorder API without alerting the users.

How Docto got to a workable beta service using WebRTC in 3 months [SPONSORED]

Tsahi Levent-Levi,
May 31, 2017
“After a year wasted on inexperienced developers, Docto turned to to get professional help in developing and launching their medical specialist healthcare service.”

Embedded Video Communication Survey![SPONSORED]

May 31, 2017
Embedded Video Survey for! We highly recommend to complete this survey since as a respondent you will be entitled to a free copy of the final report.

Your JavaScript Chart Should Move — Here’s How

Christian Nwamba
May 31, 2017
Good tutorial of how to create a real-time chart using deepstreamHub and CanvasJS.

Working around TURN bugs

Jun 1, 2017
Chrome 58 contains a bug which makes TURN/TCP and TURN/TLS almost unusable. Here is how to work around it and how to measure the impact.

WebRTC Live Q&A Session #16

Jun 5, 2017
Jan-Ivar Bruaroey from Mozilla will be speaking about the Google’s announcement about its plan to finalize WebRTC 1.0 and close standards gaps in Chrome. Don’t miss this one!

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