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3 Ws of W(ebRTC)

For a couple of years now, WebRTC has captivated the communications industry with high expectations. Against this constant interest, the reasons for the excitement has changed. Even the defining characteristics have changed. Initially, what was noted was that there is no need for any downloads. Slowly it was deprecated since many realized that though the […]

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In a recent post by WebRTC “activists” on the impact of WebRTC on UC, Alan Quayle writes, The application diversity being driven by the person we’re trying to communicate with and their preferences. So what impact will WebRTC have on UC? None. Because the problem is in federation of presence, not in the standardization of media […]

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In a couple of hours there will be a VUC session on this topic. So I thought it will be useful to record some of my observations and outstanding questions. A user or administration of the local network must have a way to designate the STUN and TURN servers that override the ones specified by […]

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In a post that prompted me to write this, Tsahi discusses different alternative signaling protocols one can use in a WebRTC-enabled app. In this post, I approach the issue from a different angle and I hope this sheds additional light and helps you to reach a choice appropriate for you. Before we dig deep, we […]

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Recently, Carl Ford was musing about potential ideas for a WebRTC Hackathon. One idea he had was exploring different UI designs associated with “Video on Hold”. This post is a summary of our design thoughts decisions we made for a WebRTC application that is part of EnThinnai. He felt that the design used in phone […]

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Inasmuch the main utility of a formal living room is to entertain visiting guests, a WebRTC allows guests to initiate a communication session with the subscriber of the app that utilizes WebRTC. Many go to enormous lengths to furnish and decorate a living space normally called Living Room. Notwithstanding the expense involved and the name, […]

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It’s easy to get an OpenID; in fact, you probably already have one. If you have a Google account, you can use your profile id number as your login (which can be found in your profiles.google.com url). Similarly, if you have a Yahoo account, you can use your username as your OpenID login.Other sources for […]

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Introducing ffonio.in

ffonio.in is a web application that people can use to have IM, voice and video chats with their friends and family. Users can run this app on their own devices such as their WiFi router, Raspberry Pi or a cloud instance like Digital Ocean Droplet. As long as friends and family have an OpenID and […]

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As early as 2008, EnThinnai supported the ability to conduct IM and voice chats. At that time a Java applet was dynamically downloaded to the browser. Then the browser maintained a two-way signaling channel with the server that allowed asynchronous notification from the server to the browser – a proto Websocket you may say. The […]

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Skype is celebrating its 10th Anniversary. On this occasion, I thought it will be interesting to revisit my early comments. They were published as a guest blog post in Gigaom on March 27, 2004. But due to some server malfunction, they were lost. I am republishing that post here. I am proud to say that […]

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