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Google’s WebRTC goals – a problem of expectations

WebRTC isn’t like Node.js or TensorFlow. Its purpose isn’t adoption in general, but rather adoption in browsers. If you believe otherwise, then there’s a problem of expectations you need to deal with.

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Google’s private WebRTC roadmap for 2020 = AI

Google’s plans for WebRTC have either changed or finally got revealed. Where? In its internal WebRTC roadmap.

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How WebRTC Works?

There are different ways to explain how WebRTC works. This is my attempt at a WebRTC 101 article that covers it from all angles.

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WebRTC conference calls. What could possibly go wrong?

Conference calls were always complex. WebRTC might have made joining them simpler, but there are still challenges. Here’s what is in your control and what isn’t.

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What is WebRTC and What is it Good For?

What is WebRTC and What is it Good For? This 7-minute video provides a quick introduction to WebRTC and demonstrates why it is growing in importance and popularity.

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The software inside video conferencing hardware is… WebRTC

WebRTC isn’t only about guest access or even interoperability. It is about the whole infrastructure and service.

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Kranky Geek SF 2019 – post event summary

Kranky Geek is about the current state and the immediate future of the WebRTC ecosystem. Here are the sessions we had for 2019.

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Video meetings guest access: the new frontier of interoperability

Video meetings and guest access has come a long to the point they are today. Check out how they have evolved and where we are headed.

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Why is WebRTC the Safest Alternative?

Is WebRTC safe to use? Let’s see how WebRTC security stacks up against its “competition” to understand where we stand.

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