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Integrating Telephony into Your WebRTC Application

There are a variety of ways you can use traditional telephony in your WebRTC video app, as well as different architectures you can choose to support it from commercial to open source. Let’s explore the reasons you might want to integrate a dial-in or dial-out capability into your WebRTC video or audio application and look at a sample architecture.

WebRTC Assessments and Consulting

Get an expert’s opinion! WebRTC.ventures can help guide your team to success through assessments and consulting work. We can help choose your architecture, troubleshoot latency and call quality issues, advise on scaling, review your code for best practices, and more.

Watch WebRTC Live #51: NV – The Next Version of the WebRTC Standard with Bernard Aboba

What comes next for WebRTC? In WebRTC Live Episode 51, W3C WebRTC Co-Chair and Microsoft Principal Architect, Bernard Aboba, joined Arin Sime to discuss WebRTC-NV, the next version. He discussed new uses case, WebRTC Extensions, Insertable Streams, Media Capture, WebTransport APIs, and much more. Watch it here!

Vonage Communication APIs

Even a custom development shop like ours often uses a CPaaS solution when our clients need to get to market quickly or require a large range of communication options within their WebRTC application. Vonage’s comprehensive suite of Communication APIs is a definite go-to for us. We even built it into our own SimplyDoc Telehealth Starter Kit.

WebRTC 1.0 is here!

While the release of the official WebRTC 1.0 standard might be nothing more than a rubber stamp, it’s still a milestone worth noting. Those who built it made an incredibly important contribution that was pivotal to life and work at home during the pandemic. On behalf of all of us who stand on the shoulders of your hard work, we raise our glass. Thank you!

WebRTC Cloud Gaming: Unboxing Stadia

Our Senior WebRTC Engineer, Alberto Gonzalez Trastoy, unboxes Google’s Stadia streaming game platform and runs through its technical aspects, showing us why WebRTC is perfect for cloud gaming.

Watch WebRTC Live #50: WebRTC Trends for 2021 with Tsahi Levent-Levi

For our 50th episode of WebRTC Live, Arin Sime’s guest was WebRTC thought leader, Tsahi Levent-Levi to discuss trends in WebRTC development in 2021. Topics included WebRTC 1.0, AV1, project maturity, scaling, testing, privacy, background replacement. remote work and social interactivity, end-to-end encryption, and much more. Watch it here!

Native, Open Source, or CPaaS?

When choosing your WebRTC application architecture, there are trade-offs between going with a native application against the standard, an open source media server, or using a commercial CPaaS platform. There are, however, some simple rules you can follow to lead you to the right decision for your use case.

Things I Wish I Knew Before Building My First WebRTC App

WebRTC.ventures Senior Engineer Alberto Trastoy Gonzalez learned the hard way that WebRTC based applications are different from other web applications. WebRTC carries a unique set of challenges around interoperability, scaling, networking, security, testing, and debugging.

Layers of Testing for WebRTC Applications

A WebRTC app needs to work on a variety of platforms, in different hardware and network configurations, and at various levels of user load. Testing is not as simple as buying a single tool or adopting a single methodology. It requires layering a variety of techniques, as well as expertise that most teams don’t have.

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