Category Archives for "Technology"

WebRTC iOS 11 Support. Are We There Yet?

Apple now officially “supports” WebRTC in iOS 11 and Safari. But what does that really mean, and what is still missing?

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With WebRTC, Don’t Never Ever Mix Media and Signaling

An explanation on where to place each of the servers WebRTC needs when running it seriously in production.

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6 Questions to Ask Yourself BEFORE Hiring a WebRTC Outsourcing Vendor

Planning on outsourcing your WebRTC project? Here are a few questions to ask before you go and pick that WebRTC outsourcing vendor you had in mind.

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Should Browser Vendors be Responsible for their User’s WebRTC Actions?

Browser vendors need to implement WebRTC security in a way that takes into account user behavior (or more likely – misbehavior).

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How to find (or create) WebRTC Developers?

And I have a couple of bonuses waiting for you in this WebRTC course launch. I’ve been thinking lately on how to make this course available throughout the year, but still “launch” it as a live program once or twice every year. The idea here is to get as many people as possible into the […]

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Why Doesn’t Google Provide a Free TURN Server?

Google (or anyone else) don’t provide a free TURN server. There are reasons why this is the case and why you should pay for your own TURN server deployment.

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How to Get Started Learning WebRTC Development

How do you learn WebRTC development? Is there an easy approach to that, and what are the main techniques I suggest using?

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How to Choose a WebRTC Development Path?

How do you choose a WebRTC development strategy? Do you use in-house developers? Outsource the effort? Go CPaaS? See what your options really are.

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WebRTC RTCPeerConnection. One to rule them all, or one per stream?

Here’s an analysis of using a single WebRTC RTCPeerConnection versus multiple such connections from an SFU to the browser.

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