You Better Ignore the Default Protocol Ports You Implement
05 Mar 2018
Default listening ports for your protocol are mostly useless. If you want to deploy in production TURN, SIP, MQTT or anything else thing of 443.
20 Nov 2017
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There are different ways to explain how WebRTC works. This is my attempt at a WebRTC 101 article that covers it from all angles.
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.
12 Nov 2015
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The WebRTC Data Channel has been with us long enough, but haven't been popular. That said, it is now being adopted by those needing context for their voice or video sessions.
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.
27 Jul 2015
To understand WebRTC basics, you need to understand how and why WebRTC is peer-to-peer and what the browser's IP address has to do with it.
11 Dec 2014
Lantern is about getting over the censored internet. It does that with WebRTC code. Here's an interview with Adam Fisk, President and CEO of Lantern.
16 Jun 2014
An SBC is a technical solution to a real VoIP problem - a problem that no longer exist in the world of WebRTC.
06 Feb 2014
Ever thought about how enterprise video conferencing vendors use WebRTC? Here's an interview with Michae Gotalsky, CEO of TrueConf.
05 Sep 2013
Want to see how transformative is WebRTC? Check out what Nick has done by single handedly implementing OpenVRI.