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Automating Configuration for WebRTC (Part II: The Code)

A code example for automating configuration for WebRTC. Hector shows us how to provision two EC2 instances: one running the Janus WebRTC Server and the other one running coturn.

WebRTC.Ventures is Hiring a QA Functional Tester

WebRTC.ventures is hiring an experienced QA Functional Tester to write test cases and conduct functional testing on our software applications.

Automatic Configuration for WebRTC (Part I)

The process of putting together the infrastructure behind a WebRTC application is complex, involving multiple tasks to be completed with often limited resources. Automation reduces the time and efforts spent on provisioning and configuration, which in turn will allow more focus on the features that will set the solution apart from the others.

When to use the Daily Prebuilt Component vs. its Video SDKs 

One of Daily’s biggest differentiating features is that they support different ways for developers to build. Let’s look at some reasons you might use the Daily Prebuilt component vs. when your project would require more customization through Daily’s core APIs and video SDKs instead.

Watch WebRTC Live #69: What Have Our Own WebRTC Experts Earned Lately?

For our 69th episode of WebRTC Live, Arin welcomed two more members of our expert team for the third installment of our WebRTC.ventures Roundtable series. WebRTC Developer Hamza Nasir spoke about “Attention Detection in Video Conferencing.” Senior DevOps Engineer Hector Zelaya explored “Automating Configuration for WebRTC.”

Remote education for all, some of the time

The pandemic proved that widespread remote education is not the answer. Our goal should never be to go back to fully remote learning for everyone. Still, there are many use cases where, with the use of real-time technologies such as WebRTC, online education can be truly revolutionary.

WebRTC.Ventures is Hiring a WebRTC Developer Advocate

WebRTC.ventures is hiring a WebRTC Developer Advocate to act as a technical community builder to educate potential clients and our internal team about the basics and best practices in WebRTC application development. 

Watch WebRTC Live #68: What’s New With Pion?

For our 68th episode of WebRTC Live, Arin welcomed Sean DuBois back to the show for an update on the Pion project, an open source WebRTC implementation in Go which he started and maintains. Sean also talked about his work implementing Pion at Twitch, his other WebRTC knowledge-sharing projects, and answered a ton of questions!

Integrating a Slide Deck into a WebRTC Conference

Streaming live video from a webcam or a screen capture into a WebRTC video call is fairly standard among WebRTC applications. This post looks at an implementation of publishing other sources of media, such as a slide deck, into a Vonage Video API call session as an alternative to screen sharing.

Playing with WHIP for WebRTC Ingestion in Broadcasting

WHIP, also known as WISH (WebRTC Ingest Signaling over HTTPS), simplifies video ingestion when using WebRTC for broadcasting.

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