SF WebRTC meet up

webrtc_logoLast week TokBox hosted the monthly SF WebRTC meet up at our offices in San Francisco.

It was a great evening, with a range of speakers and topics from the WebRTC world.  This month we heard from:

 

  • Ankur Oberoi from Tokbox
  • Hadar Weiss from Peer5
  • Feross Aboukhadijeh from WebTorrent, PeerCDN
  • Dr Alex from Temasys

You can watch a full recording of the event below and if you are interested in hearing more about meet up events at TokBox, you can join our meet up group here.

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White paper : The role of video in business to business communications.

White paper linkedin1Communications within businesses, and between businesses, are fundamentally changing. Like all new implementations, communication apps require companies to consider many factors: technology platforms and configurations, human factors around adoption and usage, as well as the potential impacts – both intended and unintended.

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Guest Post – WebRTC, Video Streaming and the Next Big Thing

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We’ve all seen the statistics and now know that mobile usage is at an all time high and is still on the rise.  Increasing with this is mobile video consumption. As mobile data has become more affordable and reliable, and with more WiFi hotspots popping up, it is becoming increasingly easy to watch, share and communicate via video on mobile devices.

This is something that our partners at Simpleweb, a web and mobile development agency in the UK, have noticed too.  They know that a new wave of apps is revolutionizing the way we view and broadcast video online, many of which are powered by WebRTC.

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FAILED – TechTok with Philipp Hancke

techtoksAt this month’s TechTok, Philipp ‘Fippo’ Hancke, &yet’s WebRTC lead and industry veteran, explains everything you need to know about how to handle failures with WebRTC.

‘If you’re going to launch a WebRTC powered service for financial gain, then you need to have done everything within your power to ensure it works reliably across as many cases as possible.’ Chris Koehnke.

Philipp knows just how to do this so we will leave it to him to tell you.  If you want to learn more about how to fail gracefully with WebRTC you can watch a video of Philipp’s full presentation here:

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TechTok – Failing gracefully with WebRTC

techtoksWebRTC works great. Let’s talk about failure though. Back in the Voice-over-IP days, developers would use tools like Wireshark to analyze call traces. With WebRTC and the RTCPeerConnection API we are able to diagnose and handle failures using Javascript surprisingly well. The real challenge is understanding how these tools can help you help your users and, thus, fail gracefully.

At this month’s  TechTok on May 21, Philipp ‘Fippo’ Hancke, &yet’s WebRTC lead and industry veteran will tell us everything we need to know about how to handle failures with WebRTC.

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