Why Doesn’t Google Provide a Free TURN Server?
03 Apr 2017
Google (or anyone else) don't provide a free TURN server. There are reasons why this is the case and why you should pay for your own TURN server deployment.
20 Mar 2017
What place does WebRTC play in the rise of dominance of Chrome, and what does that mean about the future of WebRTC and your plans?
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?
14 Apr 2016
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.
21 Mar 2016
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.
18 Feb 2016
WebRTC live broadcast is getting more traction, and with it, there needs to be a change in the architecture of how we build a winning infrastructure.
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.
Getting WebRTC mobile to work properly in a use case that requires browsers as well has its own set of challenges.
06 Oct 2015
There are some pretty good reasons to adopting HTTP/2 in your website - and it isn't only about speeds.