What is HTTP/2 all About, and How will it Change the Internet as we Know it?
HTTP/2 is being released, and it is time to see what is going to change around the internet because of it.
If you want to learn WebRTC development, then the WebRTC Basics newsletter service might be the thing you were looking for.
If you are looking for WebRTC developers, then the new WebRTC Job Board might be the thing you've been looking for.
Homework for the weekend? I’d like to share a few posts I’ve read this week if I may. They are all about mobile development (or at least “most” of them are). And they are all very well written. Mobile OS Paradigm. Steven Sinofsky (former President of the Windows Division at Microsoft) sums up quite nicely the difference […]
Some obvious and surprising results from the WebRTC developers survey we had two weeks ago. Remember that survey? The one with questions about preferences of developers in WebRTC? There was a giveaway attached to it, which has run its course. The 3 lucky winners have already received word and I assume they have received the digital […]
22 Jul 2014
There are different ways to go from code to a running program. Here are the techniques used: assembly, compiled, interpreted, JIT and AOT.
Looking for a non-introductory WebRTC book? WebRTC Blueprints can be just the book you need. It caters those already familiar with WebRTC, providing unique information not found in other books.
Videos, slides, polls, pictures and insights from the successful Kranky Geek WebRTC event we've held last week.
Is there such a thing as WebRTC developer? And if there is, how much should he be paid for the work he does? Is this a web developer or a VoIP developer?
With two WebRTC plugins out there, it is time to decide: Do we want an open source plugin for IE, or a free to use plugin for IE and Safari? Not any easy decision to make.