QUIC in WebRTC is getting closer. Here’s what you need to know about QUIC, where can it fit in WebRTC and what it means to you.
Helping vendors everywhere get the most out of & WebRTC
AppRTC isn’t your friend when it comes to developing a commercial WebRTC application. I already wrote about the fact that there’s no free TURN server from Google. It seems that I failed to mention the fact that you shouldn’t use Google’s “free” STUN server in production either. Which leads us to this great question on […]
Small, Medium, Big or Extra Large? How do you like your WebRC SFU Media Server? I just checked AWS. If I had to build the most bad-ass, biggest, meanest, scalest, siziest server for WebRTC. One that can handle gazillions of sessions, I’d go for this one: A machine to drool over… Should buy such a […]
Here’s what to expect from me in 2019, and how I started the year with a fresh new website design (which is long overdue)
There’s a lot of fuzzing around lately about WebRTC. Which is really about SRTP. Which is really important. But also really misplaced. Here’s what you need to know.