WebRTC API vendors aren’t always saying the truth about what they can and can’t do, usually “beautifying” their feature set to the extreme. What does that mean, and what is my suggestion to customers and vendors?
It’s security. As I prepare for another workshop that I am giving next week, I decided to refresh another set of my slides – something I do for every workshop. This time, I took a look at the ones I present on the permissions mechanism built into WebRTC in Chrome. It now looks something like […]