Dailymotion is using Peer5 for their streaming service in order to reduce their dependence on CDNs. Where are we headed with WebRTC in streaming?
H.264 is about to become the popular choice for WebRTC developers. Here are a few reasons why this is happening.
Messaging apps are in migration from the web browser towards desktop applications. This happens mainly by wrapping web apps into PC apps. Why is that happening, and how does the future look?
Google partnering with carriers and the GSMA around RCS won’t change its efforts around WebRTC or the bright future ahead of WebRTC. The two aren’t competing with each other and serve different purposes inside Google.
WebRTC gaming is a vertical that isn’t too common. Here are a few gaming related use cases where it makes sense to use WebRTC, and a few live examples of each.
If you want to learn more about signaling and the various aspects related to its design, then this WebRTC book which isn’t about WebRTC is a great opportunity to do just that.
How does Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV stack against each other, and is 4K have a serious role in the comparison?
Microsoft just announced support for ORTC in both Edge and Skype. Here are a few of my thoughts about this move and how it relates to WebRTC.
Apple has come up with some grand announcements lately. The small text though says some interesting things about its approach to the web, video coding and WebRTC.
Adobe Connect is looking at WebRTC as the foundation of their future technology. What does this mean to Flash, and what should other vendors do about it?