The 4 Different Approaches of Using WebRTC APIs
Developing with WebRTC can take many routes. From DIY, through SDK and framework adoption and up to a full API platform usage. Here's a review of these approaches.
A quick recipe explaining how to install and run a Node.js server from a Raspberry Pi to run a WebRTC video chat service.
VoIP vendors? Time to learn web technologies and understand that browser behavior isn't uniform and WebRTC fits in this reality.
An interview with Alan Quayle on the upcoming TADhack event in Madrid, where Telecom developers meet (locally or remotly) to... hack code.
18 Mar 2014
Ever thought why do people open source and share source code? There are many reasons to take this route. Here are 10 of them.
12 Mar 2014
Need to monitor applications? Here's a set of open source tools that can make things easier on you, cutrsy of Nir Dothan.
When selecting signaling for WebRTC, going proprietary means opening up for SaaS providers that can save you headaches and improve your time to market.
XHR or WebSockets? XMPP or SIP? Maybe the data channel? A guide to selecting the most suitable signaling protocol for WebRTC.
Ever thought on how to implement screen sharing in WebRTC? Konstantin Goncharuk gives a step by step explanation.
Thinking of hosting your new WebRTC service on AWS? Think twice before you do.