Coming from a chat/signaling background I’ve had the amazing opportunity to work full-time on WebRTC since 2012 in a number of positions which has allowed me cover a wide range of topics from exploring what is possible with the WebRTC API in the browser to running large scale distributed SFUs and tinkering with mobile applications. […]
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There have been many major WebRTC launches in the past months including Facebook and KimDotCom. Before those, Mozilla started bundling a new WebRTC calling service right into Firefox. Of course we wanted to check out to see how it worked. To help do this we called on the big guns – webrtcHacks guest columnist Philipp […]
A very detailed look at the WebRTC implementations of Google Meet and Google Duo and how they compare using webrtc-internals and some reverse engineering.
The performance of WebRTC in Chrome as well as other RTC applications needed to be improved a lot during the pandemic when more people with a more diverse set of machines and network connections started to rely on video conferencing. Markus Handell is a team lead at Google who cares a lot about performance of […]
I have been looking at these Chrome usage statistics available on chromestatus.com for a while together with Tsahi Levent-Levi for WebRTC Insights but they are too fascinating to keep them behind our paywall. Let’s do some coffee ground reading on the usage of a number of important APIs and what it tells us about what […]