- 24 Apr 2017|1 Comment
Browser vendors need to implement WebRTC security in a way that takes into account user behavior (or more likely - misbehavior).
- 17 Apr 2017|Leave a comment
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 […]
I am launching my WebRTC course again and hosting a webinar - WebRTC course AMA where you can ask me anything about... anything.
- 03 Apr 2017|11 Comments
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.
- 27 Mar 2017|15 Comments
How do you learn WebRTC development? Is there an easy approach to that, and what are the main techniques I suggest using?
- 20 Mar 2017|5 Comments
What place does WebRTC play in the rise of dominance of Chrome, and what does that mean about the future of WebRTC and your plans?
- 13 Mar 2017|6 Comments
Multiparty video support in WebRTC seems to be the holy-grail at the moment. Here's how the various offerings look like today.
- 08 Mar 2017|Leave a comment
Check out the update to my WebRTC CPaaS report - where are vendors today and where this industry is headed. It will help you select a vendor to work with.
- 27 Feb 2017|Leave a comment
Can a local CPaaS player exist? And is it really CPaaS or something else entirely? Here's how such vendors operate today in the market.
- 20 Feb 2017|Leave a comment
CPaaS is eying the enterprise. Here are a few ways in which CPaaS vendors are targeting enterprise customers in 2017.