Why Developing With WebRTC is Different than VoIP Development?
04 Sep 2017
While WebRTC is VoIP, it is also quite different. Here are 10 differences you should understand when switching from VoIP to WebRTC.
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.
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.
21 May 2015
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Eudata is adding omnichannel capabilities to contact centers. It has a WebRTC component inside its solution. Here's an interview with Sandro Parisi, CEO of Eudata.
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.
13 Nov 2014
Here's an idea. Building a signaling framework for WebRTC with federation built into it. That's what Matrix is and here's an interview with Matthew Hodgson about it.
20 Feb 2014
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WebRTC opens up new ways of communications, and with it new modals. Twinme is an attempt at a new approach - here's how Michel Gien, CEO of Twinlife, the company behind Twinme explains it.
XHR or WebSockets? XMPP or SIP? Maybe the data channel? A guide to selecting the most suitable signaling protocol for WebRTC.
30 Jan 2014
Here's the interesting story of Jitsi - an open source VoIP client "transformed" into a WebRTC MCU. An interview with Emil Ivov