You should drop the idea of using a WebRTC plugin and warm up to the use of an Electron WebRTC app instead – you’d be surprised who’s using it already.
Microsoft just acquired LinkedIn. What are the points of integration, and will WebRTC and real time communications be a part of it?
Many WebRTC vendors are running to integrate their service with Slack. But why go to all the trouble when WebRTC Slack is already here.
Skype WebRTC support is “almost” here, with it running on Edge natively. Why is that expected, and what it means to the rest of the browser vendors?
WebRTC video conferencing vendors? The natural players seem to be warming up to WebRTC. Here’s what they are doing and how they fare.
There are various ways to achieve video scalability in WebRTC, and VP9 is going to add some intereting new opportunities in this regards. Learn what simulcast and SVC means and how they fit into the bigger picture in WebRTC.
Microsoft and Apple are gearing up for WebRTC support. How will that translate into market adoption, and what should we see in 2016 from them?
When looking at a standard, make sure to check who is behind it and who is missing in action. It usually tells you the power play that is taking place. In the case of WebRTC, it all boils down to the change in hegemony over VoIP from vendors to browsers.
WebRTC security should be the least of your worries in the face of problems we have elsewhere. You should get your priorities straight.
Have you noticed how your messaging app is growing in size? You should. With these apps reaching into the billions of users, it is time we put them on a diet.