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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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Video API, CPaaS, programmability and WebRTC

A common solution for real time video apps is to rely on video APIs, a niche in CPaaS, which makes use of WebRTC.

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With WebRTC, better stick as close as possible to the requirements, architecture and implementation of Google Meet

When developing with WebRTC, try to stick as close as possible to how Google Meet is designed and architected. That’s where love and attention is given to the source code.

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CPO at Spearline and what it means to BlogGeek.me

I am now VP Products at Spearline. This means that there are going to be some changes here at BlogGeek.me. Here’s what you can expect

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The WebRTC Developer Tools Landscape 2022 (+report)

An updated infographic of the WebRTC Developer Tools Landscape for 2022, along with my Choosing a WebRTC API Platform report.

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Media compression is all about purposefully losing what people won’t be missing

With WebRTC, we focus on lossy media compression codecs. These won’t maintain all the data they compress, simply because we won’t notice it either.

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The state of WebRTC open source projects

WebRTC open source is a mess. It needs to grow out of its youth and become serious business – or gain serious backing.

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Be very clear to yourself why you manage your own TURN servers

Running your own TURN servers for your WebRTC application is not necessarily the best decision. Make sure you know why you’re doing it.

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We TURNed to see a STUNning view of the ICE

Every time you look at NAT Traversal in WebRTC, you end up learning something new about STUN, TURN and/or ICE.

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