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Sorry. We really wanted to do a post-cap of the W3C WebRTC and IETF RTCweb meetings that took place at the end of October and November, but we did not get to it. Victor and Reid provided some commentary on the codec debate prior to the IETF discussion. The outcome of that discussion was widely publicized and we did not have a lot of value to add to this for the developer community.

Importantly, codecs were not the only thing discussed in this latest rounds of standards meetings. There were a couple items like the move to JavaScript promises, output device enumeration, and discussions of security implications that are very relevant to the average WebRTC developer that have gone under the general media radar. To get the whole on standards right from the horse’s mouth, I asked W3C WebRTC editor and founding author Dan Burnett for an update on the recent WebRTC standards meetings and for some details on some of the more significant issues like promises and screen sharing.

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Want to try out a newly released WebRTC feature or capability? Odds are Muaz Khan has already done it. I cannot think of any other individual who has contributed more open source WebRTC application experiments to the community than Muaz and his webrtc-experiment.com. His GitHub repository boasts 44 different projects.

He did all that in less than 2 years and he is just getting started. What is even more amazing is Muaz had done all this with very limited resources from a remote village. He doesn’t event have electricity for large portions of the day in some months!

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