Real Time Weekly #256: November 19, 2018

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Hello everyone! This week we’ve got new tutorials and articles about WebRTC and Realtime development. In addition, check out the recently open sourced TURN server from Xirsys, and the new features included in the latest release of OpenTok v2.15!

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Saying Happy Birthday to my Grandma with #TwilioIoT


Nov 5
Nice tutorial of how to build a hardware device based on Arduino that uses a Twilio Programmable Wireless SIM to trigger a phone call.


Nov 8
The first part of this tutorial of how to build a one-to-one private chat with sentiment analysis using Pusher Channels, Vue.js and Flask.


Nov 9
Check out all the new features and bug fixes in the new OpenTok version 2.15 Web and Mobile SDKs.

Improving Scale and Media Quality with Cascading SFUsRTW4.PNG

Nov 12
Learn how the Jitsi team scales WebRTC media servers and optimizes the latency using Cascading SFUs.


Nov 12
Xirys has open sourced its XTurn server, written in Elixir!


Nov 12
A tutorial of how to build a customer service chat app in Vue.JS using PubNub Functions.


Nov 15
How to build a Hotline with Nexmo Voice API where the caller will be connected to the first person who responds.

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