Should you use Kurento or Jitsi for your multiparty WebRTC video conference product?
05 Sep 2016
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.
16 May 2016
WebRTC Signaling Protocols and WebRTC Transport Protocols are two separate things. Here's what to make of them.
05 May 2016
SDP munging is on the standards table with an aim to prohibit it. What's SDP munging, why is it bad and what happens if and when it is gone?
28 Jan 2016
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.
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.
14 Jul 2015
The web is shifting away from textual protocols to binary ones. Why is this taking place and how will it affect us all?
26 Feb 2015
If you are planning on connecting WebRTC to your SIP infrastructure, then this book is mandatory reading for you: WebRTC Integrator's Guide
25 Dec 2014
SIP will not be replaced by WebRTC, but it is definitely going to be marginalized by it. The need for SIP is diminishing as WebRTC based solutions don't necessarily need it any longer.
04 Dec 2014
People mistake signaling protocols with transport protocols. I'd like to put some order in it by explaining their differences and uses.
07 Aug 2014
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When a vendor decides to leave an API platform and go after its own destiny - I become intrigued. That's what Emilio Cueto, CTO of LiveNinja had to tell me about their new platform and service called Katana.