Hybrid and remote work is here to stay. Companies will continue to need secure video communications and to exchange data remotely with their employees, partners, and customers, in real-time. A custom WebRTC application can help close geographic barriers, foster collaboration, and centralize processes.
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!
Bugs exist. WebRTC is not an exception. Debugging WebRTC applications can be particularly challenging, but not impossible. Arin’s guest for WebRTC Live Episode 49 was our own Senior WebRTC Engineer and Developer Evangelist, Germán Goldenstein. They discuss tools and methodologies for debugging a WebRTC call.
Arin’s guest for this episode of WebRTC Live was Google Security Engineer Natalie Silvanovich. You might assume that WebRTC is inherently secure, but Natalie opened our eyes to various vulnerabilities in WebRTC and how integrators can protect against them. Next up: WebRTC Live Episode 49 on Debugging WebRTC Applications.