4 Reasons Vendors Neglect Testing WebRTC Services
People don't go about testing WebRTC properly. It is time this changed. Here are a few reasons holding back vendors from testing WebRTC in their services.
Getting WebRTC mobile to work properly in a use case that requires browsers as well has its own set of challenges.
How do you test WebRTC? What are the things that even the most simple of WebRTC use cases needs to be tested against? Here's a list of areas where you need to make sure your service works.
If you want to learn more about signaling and the various aspects related to its design, then this WebRTC book which isn't about WebRTC is a great opportunity to do just that.
28 Jul 2015
HTTP/2 is going to change the web. Part of it might end up changing signaling and messaging in browsers. Here's how HTTP/2 stacks up against WebSockets.
14 Jul 2015
The web is shifting away from textual protocols to binary ones. Why is this taking place and how will it affect us all?
30 Jun 2015
If you are planning on offering an API to your customers, you should seriously think of adding an SDK to that offering - without it, using your API is going to be harder. In this case, you can say I don't share Streaming.io's view at all.
WebRTC Cookbook is a new book by Andrii Sergiienko. It is a great reference manual for those who need to learn specific topics related to WebRTC during their development.
Open source licenses are tough. When you decide to use an open source module, you need to first ask yourself if its license is suitable for your business. In many cases, you'd rather be safe than sorry here.
The WebRTC job board is up and running, but I need your help to make it the best place to find work in the WebRTC domain.