WebRTC.ventures Blog

Building a WebRTC Voice and Chat App with MediaSoup

MediaSoup is a WebRTC SFU that you can easily integrate to your application by using its Node.js module. One of our talented WebRTC Developers, Tahir Gogle, shows us how to build a basic voice and chat application with MediaSoup.

Watch WebRTC Live #67: Reducing Complexity and Latency for WebRTC with Subspace

For our 67th episode of WebRTC Live, Arin welcomed Subspace Vice President of Global Sales, Davide Petramala to help us better understand how Subspace improves network performance and reduces complexity for WebRTC. 

Jacob Blogs on Dyte About Quality Metrics for WebRTC

Jacob Greenway worked with Dyte on a revamp of their developer portal in order to track and manage quality of service in any Dyte-powered video platform.

Refactoring Your WebRTC Application to Scale

Increasing the amount of WebRTC connections that an application can handle is an important part of our work. WebRTC Engineer Alfred Gonzalez shares his recent experience scaling a WebRTC application.

How To Become a Great QA Software Tester: The Soft Skills

Testing a WebRTC live video app is not as simple as buying a single tool or adopting a single methodology. The success of our nuanced and layered work in this area comes down to our great QA testing team. Do you have what it takes to be a great QA Software Tester? It all starts with the soft skills.

Watch WebRTC Live #66: The State of WebRTC Browser Support

For our 66th episode of WebRTC Live, Arin welcomed IIT Professor Dr. Karl Stolley for a progress report on WebRTC browser implementation. While they have never been as robust or as uniform as they are right now, Karl covered lingering issues in Safari, Chrome, and Firefox.

ICE in WebRTC: Server Setup and Relative Performance

When WebRTC calls are between parties who are not on the same network, have symmetric public-private pairing (NAT), or have firewall restrictions there are a number of protocols that can be used. This post describes relative QoS performance working with no ICE Servers, a public STUN server, and a self-hosted CoTURN server.

The Vonage AI Studio: A Sample Integration with SimplyDoc

The Vonage AI Studio is a powerful tool to consider if you would like to add omnichannel and Unified Communications capabilities into your live video application. To demonstrate its functionality, we have built a simple integration with our SimplyDoc Telehealth Application Starter Kit.

The WebRTC Architecture Landscape is Changing

In the past, we’ve spoken of three different types of WebRTC application architectures. There’s a new kid on the block, WebRTC Unbundling, which Arin explores here.

Self-hosted TURN and Our Experience Using Subspace

TURN is a must for service reliability across firewalls and cross-network. A distributed point of presence setup across geographies can significantly lower the risk of packet loss as opposed to an uncertain dynamic route via the public internet. The WebRTC-CDN service provided by Subspace shows a significant improvement in packet loss, which leads to better stream reception for the remote endpoint.

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