Java is officially dropping from browsers. Without Flash, Plugins or Java, the only route to real time communications in browsers is now WebRTC. The irony is that those hurt the most are those trying to support non-WebRTC browsers.
Microsoft Edge has been used 44.5 billion minutes last month. Is that a big number of a small one, and what does it say about ORTC and WebRTC adoption? Why is Microsoft faltering with Edge, and it is there anything they can really do to improve that?
Browser vendors are preparing themselves for another technology war, where each is trying to outdo the other and gain market share. What are the recent moves the browser vendors have done and how will that shape our future?
Ziggeo offers an asynchronous interface to record and playback videos on websites. How does that work exactly? Here’s an interview with Susan Danziger, CEO of Ziggeo. She explains what are customers use Ziggeo for, and how is this service making use of WebRTC.