Today, I'd like to share with you some remarkable open-source projects the chromium team has been contributing to over the years. This non-exhaustive list is divided into chromium-owned projects and those the team has contributed to.
M42. Summary. Chrome 42 is a performance-focused build. The WebRTC team, along with many other Chrome component teams, have made performance improvements a priority for this release. For example, https://codereview.chromium.org/759753005 improved GPU performance significantly on Windows, ...
Part of the SIP problem is that it adopted SDP and SDP's penchant for carrying media addresses around as actual IP addresses and ports. We knew (1995 time frame) - before SIP was invented - that doing that was not a good idea. Protocols that didn't do that (such as HTTP/HTTPS) have a much easier time dealing with NAT.
M41. Main things to pay attention to: Opus FEC is now enabled by default. Several performance improvements in Chrome; much less RAM used per PeerConnection, and video capturing and rendering is more CPU efficient. Improvements to iOS arm64 builds. Features: ...
The first of what will surely be a long list of WebRTC announcements from network operators. When I talk to operators, it's pretty clear that WebRTC isn't some future consideration - they are all reworking their infrastructure to support WebRTC, and doing it now.
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I went to their Bellevue location, which is convenient but kind of tucked away in a nondescript office building.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: Very GoodService: Excellent