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RealTimeWeekly #202

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23 Oct RealTimeWeekly #202

Real Time Weekly: Oct 23th 2017

Welcome to RealTimeWeekly!
This week we’ve got articles from Janus, Twilio, Tokbox and Pusher. I’d recommend all the articles related to augmented reality using ARKit, recently released in iOS.
Enjoy!

As always, if you have tips, event announcements, or suggestions, please contact me directly at german@webrtc.ventures.

Thanks for reading!
@germangol
Editor
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This week’s Real-Time news

Screen capture in Google Chrome

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Twilio
Oct 12, 2017
How to access the screen capture capabilities of Google Chrome from within a web application.

How to add a video chat embed to your Wix website

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TokBox
Oct 12, 2017
How to add realtime communication to your website with just a few lines of code using OpenTok Video Chat Embeds.

Learn How to Build a Chat-Based Application with WebRTC & Websockets – Part I

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WebRTC.ventures
Oct 16, 2017
This is the first part of a tutorial to build a WebRTC chat-based application using Websockets for the signaling.

Build a live video app with ARKit and OpenTok

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TokBox
Oct 17, 2017
I love augmented reality. With this blog post you can learn how to combine the new ARKit and Opentok iOS SDK to show the video of your session participants.

Dive into ARKit on iOS with Swift and Twilio Programmable Video

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Twilio
Oct 17, 2017
How to build an AR app in iOS using Twilio Programmable Video in combination with the new ARKit.

Tutorial: writing a Janus video call plugin in Lua

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Janus
Oct 17, 2017
Using the new Janus plugin you can write custom plugins in Lua rather using C.

Metalsmith static blog with realtime comment features

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Pusher
Oct 17, 2017
In this article, you’ll to see how to add realtime comment system to a static Metalsmith-driven blog using Pusher.

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