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Upcoming WebRTC events in 2019

Looking for a WebRTC event to attend later this year? Here’s an overview of what’s coming. Check it out and maybe even go speak in one of them.

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WebRTC Multiparty Architectures

There are multiple ways to implement WebRTC multiparty sessions. These in turn are built around mesh, mixing and routing.

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Handling session disconnections in WebRTC

WebRTC session disconnetions are quite common and they stem from different reasons – some of these reasons are within your control.

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CPaaS differentiation in 2019

CPaaS differentiation is taking shape in 2019. We no longer see only me-too Twilio copy cats, but rather a better alignment to market niches.

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How does WebRTC connect people?

WebRTC has no signaling of its own, so how exactly do you get WebRTC to connect people? Here are some scenarios and how they work.

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Why is WebRTC winning over its (non)competition?

WebRTC wins over competition because there is no competition – browsers offer only WebRTC as a technology for web developers.

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Are you blocked by the rules of your upbringing in your WebRTC application?

WebRTC shifts the way we need to think about communications. Here are a few ways that I sometimes fumble with

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When will WebRTC 1.0 be available?

Some believe WebRTC isn’t ready. I think it is ready. But when will WebRTC 1.0 be available? Lets see what you can expect in 2019 from WebRTC.

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The five make-or-break WebRTC challenges you need to address

Through my work with clients on WebRTC initiatives with discussions with many others on their projects, I’ve seen a few challenges that crop up.

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