Ever since I designed and wrote with an intern the infamous IE/Safari plugin, I had pledged to make it obsolete and redundant. Unfortunately, that had never happened. Until today that is. Come and check what this new free ($, beer) and free open-source (freedom) plugin brings you.
Month: January 2018
How KITE helps making #WebRTC better.
While intense discussions happen on the W3C Webrtc mailing list (someone asked everybody what they want to see in Webrtc NV ….), it’s nice to take a step back and look at the first results of KITE, a new end-to-end testing tool designed to make Webrtc 1.0 and all applications using it better.
First #WebRTC Conference in Korea
Following the “WebRTC Rockstars Tour”(TM) in Asia last winter, there has been an incredible amount of requests coming from developers, individuals and companies of all sizes to go beyond a meet up and to organise a full-fledged Korean WebRTC conference.