You Better Ignore the Default Protocol Ports You Implement
05 Mar 2018
Default listening ports for your protocol are mostly useless. If you want to deploy in production TURN, SIP, MQTT or anything else thing of 443.
05 Feb 2018
There are certain mistakes that I see people repeat when developing their WebRTC Applications. I want to go over them, so you don't repeat them.
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.
11 Sep 2017
WebRTC != Web Development. And you need to understand the differences in order to be able to effectively develop WebRTC applications.
05 Jun 2017
An explanation on where to place each of the servers WebRTC needs when running it seriously in production.
01 May 2017
Planning on outsourcing your WebRTC project? Here are a few questions to ask before you go and pick that WebRTC outsourcing vendor you had in mind.
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.
16 Jan 2017
There's this idea that WebRTC is free. But while it is, getting from WebRTC to a product requires some hard work, time and resources.
09 Jan 2017
Here's an analysis of using a single WebRTC RTCPeerConnection versus multiple such connections from an SFU to the browser.
03 Oct 2016
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).