WebRTC has no specific programming language to it. The components that comprise a WebRTC service utilize different languages. Here’s how it all fits in (and what you should know).
When we look at network connections of WebRTC, most of the time you’ll see people focusing on signaling but missing the WebRTC media paths. Here’s what to expect.
Kurento or Jitsi? This is a question I hear quite often from people who want to build their own service. Here’s how I look at it, and what drives my own decision making processes.
An introduction to NUBOMEDIA, the first open source WebRTC PaaS, that is based on the Kurento media server. A guest post by Luis Lopez.
WebRTC Signaling Protocols and WebRTC Transport Protocols are two separate things. Here’s what to make of them.
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.
Is WebRTC P2P or not? That’s something that is easy to resolve – it both is and isn’t, and if you miss that, you are missing a lot of what WebRTC means.
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.
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.