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RealTimeWeekly #204

7-hearme

06 Nov RealTimeWeekly #204

Real Time Weekly: Nov 6th 2017

Welcome to RealTimeWeekly! 
I think the best of this week are the videos from Kranky Geek 2017. There were great presentations there so I’d recommend to watch them all.
Beside this we have as always cool blog posts and tutorials about WebRTC and Realtime.
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 Firefox

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Twilio
Oct 25, 2017
A tutorial of how to capture the screen using vanilla WebRTC

Why Does Your WebRTC Product Need a TURN Server?

2-callstats-server
callstats.io
Oct 25, 2017
An overview of what are STUN and TURN servers and how they work.

Realtime React Apps with GraphQL

3-react-apps
ReactConf17
Oct 26, 2017
Great presentation about real time and react apps with GraphQL.

Discovering Issues with HTTP/2 via Chaos Testing

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Twilio
Oct 27, 2017
Great reading explaining which are the situations where HTTP/2 will perform worse than HTTP/1.

Kranky Geek WebRTC 2017

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Oct 27, 2017
Watch all the videos from Kranky Geek 2017!

How to use Android Picture-in-Picture mode with OpenTok

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Oct 30, 2017
In Android Oreo you you will be able to continue seeing the video of a OpenTok session while you are doing other things with your phone.

Can You Hear Me Now?… A WebRTC Audio Demo.

7-hearme
WebRTC.ventures
Oct 31, 2017
How to use the getUserMedia API to know if there is incoming audio from the remote peer.