WebRTC Electron Implementations are on 🔥
29 Jan 2018
Electron is now quite popular with WebRTC applications. There are multiple reasons for that, and one of them is about getting away from the browser.
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.
30 May 2016
H.264 is about to become the popular choice for WebRTC developers. Here are a few reasons why this is happening.
29 Mar 2016
Need a messaging framework? Should you buy one or build your own? There's no easy answer, but I'd lean towards buying a platform any day of the week.
28 Mar 2016
Everyone is too focused on how to fix WebRTC for their customers, instead of just dealing with how to use it for their needs. Our vocabulary needs to change for us to make real conversations and in order to stop delving with FUD.
01 Feb 2016
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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.
10 Dec 2015
SaferMobility is used WebRTC on campuses to enable safety related use cases. Matthew Mah, CTO of SaferMobility answers my interview about their challenges with using WebRTC in their service.
Getting WebRTC mobile to work properly in a use case that requires browsers as well has its own set of challenges.
15 Oct 2015
What would happen if WebRTC was embedded in the operating system itself? What benefits could we derive out of it besides smaller app sizes?
21 Sep 2015
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.