I just reviewed 120+ companies that have some direct support of WebRTC (click here for the directory). The good news is that there is a multitude of companies and products out there for supporting WebRTC developers–more than 60+ and growing. WebRTC is still in its infancy so this number could easily double in the next couple of years as adjacent industries and the laggards get on board. The bad news with the large number of tools out there means there are a lot of hard choices to make. I’ll attempt to provide some starting guidelines based on my observations here.
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If so, then this is not the blog for you.
Literally within the same week Reid and Victor independently came to me and said we need to do a blog. One that puts a developer audience first. One that actually helps developers move the WebRTC market forward. One that is not bounded by commercial interests. One that is not technically neutered to satisfy a broad audience.