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RealTimeWeekly #195


04 Sep RealTimeWeekly #195

Real Time Weekly: Sept 4th 2017

Welcome to RealTimeWeekly! 
This week we’ve got a number of interesting WebRTC articles for you. 
In addition we are sharing a survey from addressed to WebRTC developers. By filling out this survey you will also be learning if the challenges you face are the same ones that other WebRTC developers are facing.

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This week’s Real-Time news

Live Streaming Using WebRTC

Aug 23, 2017
What are the techniques in WebRTC to achieve live streaming over internet. 

Getting Your WebRTC Group Video Chat Into Shape, Any Shape

Aug 24, 2017
How to customize the video layout in a WebRTC video-chat with Vidyo SDK

Interactive Live Streaming at Scale: What’s Next for Webinar Platforms

Aug 24, 2017
Learn how OpenTok enables true multi-party participation and flexibility for broadcasters with their Interactive Broadcast API up to 3000 interactive viewers.

WebRTC and Asterisk 14

Aug 29, 2017
A very interesting article that describes what is the status of the WebRTC implementation in Asterisk 14. 

PSA: WebRTC M61 Release Notes

Aug 29, 2017
Check out the all the enhancements, bug fixes and new features in Chrome and WebRTC!

[SPONSORED] Survey: Calling All WebRTC Developers

Aug 30, 2017
With this survey we’d like to learn more about the challenges you face as a WebRTC developer, and what you’re seeing in the WebRTC marketplace.

How to capture & replay WebRTC video streams with video_replay (Stian Selnes)

Aug 31, 2017
Great article explaining how to use video_replay which is a tool for debugging video decoding issues in streams.

What kind of TURN server is being used?

Philipp Hancke
Aug 31, 2017
“TURN servers are an essential part of the WebRTC infrastructure as they help with NAT traversal. But how often are they used and what does that usage tell us about the cost of operating a WebRTC service?”

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