WebRTC.ventures Blog

How do we do development?

At WebRTC.ventures we follow the Agile development process with periodic iterations and frequent demonstrations to our customers.  Our development team works in 1 or 2 week “sprints” and in those sprints, magic happens. What does Team stand for? Together Everyone Achieves More. UX, design, development, devops, project leads and testing roles collaborate to build the best custom real-time applications for […]

Learn How to Build a Video Conference App and Not Die Trying!

Real-time communication is quickly becoming a must-have feature in many types of applications. From customer service to telehealth, video conferencing is rapidly integrating into different industries’ workflows. If you’re reading this, chances are that this phenomenon caught your attention. You may be asking yourself:  How do I build a video conference app? Building this kind of application can be complex […]

Want to make your healthcare practice more accessible?

Getting to the doctor can be difficult. Things like limited or no paid time off, lack of access to reliable transportation, and lack of childcare can prevent people from getting the healthcare services they need. Leverage technology to expand access to healthcare What if we could bring healthcare to the patient? That’s exactly what telehealth was created to do! Telehealth […]

Scaling a Media Server with Geolocation 101

WebRTC allows two users to communicate in a peer-to-peer fashion with no servers involved. This is an optimal approach in terms of cost and quality. Communication flows directly without any additional jumps between peers. With no infrastructure involved, there’s less cost and less complexity. When we want to add more users or more advanced capabilities, such as recordings or simulcast, […]

WebRTC Live #34 – “Trivia and Gaming with WebRTC,” Kyle Bank, Phenix Real Time Solutions

On October 3rd, WebRTC.ventures produced Episode #34 of WebRTC Live! Formerly known as WebRTC Standards, WebRTC Live is a webinar series about the latest use cases and technical updates to the popular coding standard for live video. For this episode, we were joined by guest Kyle Bank, Vice President of Sales Operations & Strategy at Phenix Real Time Solutions. Kyle […]

Examples of Our Work

Using the best talent possible, WebRTC.ventures builds innovative solutions that enable the communication of the future. We enrich lives with apps that better connect people with the world around them, no matter where they live. WebRTC.ventures specializes in designing, building, and licensing custom video and voice applications for web and mobile applications. With our team‘s expertise in WebRTC and connecting […]

4 Common Mistakes Made When Building Live Video Streaming Apps for iOS

We built a live broadcasting app focused on interacting with audience members, supporting thousands of subscribers, and implementing a gamification system. The game juggles different frameworks, such as TokBox, Red5, AWS, and web socket (BlueSocker from IBM for iOS), written in Swift 4. Today we’re sharing some common mistakes often made while developing live video streaming apps for iOS. 1. […]

WebRTC Live #33 – “Contact Center Quality & callstats Update,” Varun Singh, callstats.io

On September 19th, WebRTC.ventures produced Episode #33 of WebRTC Live! Formerly known as WebRTC Standards, WebRTC Live is a webinar series about the latest use cases and technical updates to the popular coding standard for live video. For this episode, we were joined by guest Varun Singh, PhD, Founder and CEO at callstats.io. Varun discusses the latest on WebRTC call […]

What Does Our Development Process Look Like?

Every software development company does things a little bit differently. Collaboration is one of WebRTC.ventures‘ company values. We keep you involved every step of the way. Our development process Our development process is hands-on. We want you to be active and involved with our team while we craft your product. This is key to the way we crafted our development […]

Raspberry Pi Video Live Streaming with AI – Part 2

Last month, we streamed video from a Raspberry Pi, applied a filter to it on the server, and streamed it live to dozens of users. In the second part of this project, we’ll go a little deeper and do something more complex with OpenCV: implement face detection on the server. If you want to jump directly to the code, you […]

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