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AV1 vs HEVC: Are the WebRTC codec wars back?

AV1 is coming to WebRTC sooner rather than later. Apparently so is HEVC. It is an AV1 vs HEVC game now, but sadly, these codecs are unavailable to the “rest of us”.

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WebRTC Server: What is it exactly?

When someone says WebRTC Server – what does he really mean? There are 4 different WebRTC servers that you need to know about: application, signaling, NAT traversal and media.

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Everything you need to know about WebRTC security 🔒

Video calling and WebRTC are becoming popular and taking center stage in our lives. Lets see see how WebRTC takes care of security (and privacy).

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WebRTC codelab: New training

I am launching a new WebRTC codelab course, created together with Philipp Hancke. This goes into the intricacies of WebRTC signaling and best practices.

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WebRTC test: How to go about testing WebRTC?

WenRTC testing has many aspects to it. Many don’t systematically test their WebRTC applications while others test the wrong things. Here’s what you need to know about testing WebRTC.

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Who are the WebRTC Market Global Key Players?

The WebRTC market global key players may be different than you think. They include the browser vendors, a few CPaaS vendors, dominant “creators” of WebRTC sessions and… open source projects.

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How can your WebRTC application keep pace with browser releases?

If you are developing with WebRTC, then there is special care you need to take to browser releases, as these can break your app. Here’s how I’d go about dealing with this problem.

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6 questions to ask about your WebRTC training 🙋

Finding a good WebRTC course is tricky. Finding a training program that teaches you more than the basics about WebRTC isn’t simple. Here are a few questions to guide you in finding that course you want.

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How to pick the right WebRTC mobile SDK build for your application

Most developers should just use libwebrtc that Google supplies for their WebRTC mobile SDK. Which exact release to pick and at what pace to update is a more nuanced decision one needs to make.

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