Videos

WebRTC Use Cases (Kranky Geek WebRTC Brazil 2016)

1 year ago
WebRTC is changing the way we should look at communications. We are moving from a world where communication is treated as a service on its own to one where communication is but a feature in other services. In this session, Tsahi explains how is WebRTC contributing to this shift, bringing examples from real applications that […]

Debugging Tools and Techniques for WebRTC (Kranky Geek WebRTC Brazil 2016)

1 year ago
It is less about squashing bugs but more about answering the question “what happened” that a nasty product manager or customer support person is going to ask you. Key Topics: Tools Process & methodology, Walkthrough of some examples

WebRTC Update (Kranky Geek WebRTC Brazil 2016)

1 year ago
Google’s WebRTC team always has interesting information to share on what they’re working on to improve WebRTC and things they’ve already done that you may not be aware of. Don’t miss this important session of the day!

Servers for WebRTC: It is not all Peer to Peer (Kranky Geek WebRTC Brazil 2016)

1 year ago
While WebRTC is largely a peer-to-peer technology, it does still require servers to help signal the initial connection, navigate NATs, and to support advanced calling scenarios. Chad will review the basics of what is needed for a WebRTC signaling server, how WebRTC’s Interactive Connectivity Establishment (ICE) process works with STUN and TURN servers, review media […]

How to Build an End-to-End WebRTC Service (Kranky Geek WebRTC Brazil 2016)

1 year ago
When you develop the signaling component for your WebRTC product there are certain pitfalls you may want to factor in in advance. Especially if you are about to conquer the world with your service. In this session, Daniel will explain a few of the tricks and optimizations Google used when rolling out Duo to make […]

Making Sure Every Call Works (Kranky Geek WebRTC Brazil 2016)

1 year ago
Nothing is worse than finding out you are losing potential users because they can’t connect on their first try. Microphone, camera, and connectivity issues can stop your users cold before they even make a call. In this session we will explore how to make sure calls work before the user tries and how to leverage […]

WebRTC A Quick Introduction (Kranky Geek WebRTC Brazil 2016)

1 year ago
Just getting started with WebRTC? This is the tutorial for you. Germán from will take you WebRTC’s 3 main API’s, run through the checklist for deployment, and review some of the added considerations for mobile environments. Key Topics: Walkthrough of 3 main API’s, web vs. mobile, checklist of considerations – HTTPS, media permissions, etc.

Introduction to WebRTC Statistics and getStats() API (Kranky Geek WebRTC Brazil 2016)

1 year ago
Let’s play with WebRTC statistics and the getStats() API. WebRTC Stats expert Varun Singh will review the many statistics WebRTC provides, what they mean, and how to use them to keep your service running smoothly. Key Topics: getStats API, How to interpret stats
Alex Gouaillard & Daniel Burnett: Evolution Of The Web – JSConf.Asia 2016

Alex Gouaillard & Daniel Burnett: Evolution Of The Web – JSConf.Asia 2016

1 year ago
The web has disrupted the way developer approach software development. It is Fast, almost FTL. It’s not rare to hear people saying they want their own project to scale like the web, and to evolve as fast as the web. But how does it evolves so fast without being (too) chaotic? The W3C, short for […]
Write-once, run WebRTC anywhere with React Native (Kranky Geek WebRTC 2016)

Write-once, run WebRTC anywhere with React Native (Kranky Geek WebRTC 2016)

1 year ago
How do you go about developing a hybrid WebRTC application that will run anywhere? Where can things go wrong? Emil walks through his experience using React Native with WebRTC. Missed the event? Watch more talks from Kranky Geek SF 2016 here: goo.gl/B2fBdP Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel at goo.gl/LLLNvf
iOS Development with WebRTC (Kranky Geek WebRTC 2016)

iOS Development with WebRTC (Kranky Geek WebRTC 2016)

1 year ago
Google offers a WebRTC implementation on iOS, but that’s a small part of what you’ll need to know when integrating WebRTC into your iOS app. Arik takes you through the basics of what to expect during that porting and integration period, making sure to touch the latest CallKit API available in iOS 10. Missed the […]
Welcome! (Kranky Geek WebRTC 2016)

Welcome! (Kranky Geek WebRTC 2016)

1 year ago
Chad Hart does introductions, a review of the afternoon, and thanks to the event sponsors. Missed the event? Watch more talks from Kranky Geek SF 2016 here: goo.gl/B2fBdP Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel at goo.gl/LLLNvf