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Would you like to understand what the “RTCWEB/WebRTC” initiative is all about? And how it will enable real-time communications from within web browsers without the use of additional plugins or extensions? (like those in Flash, Quicktime, etc.)
As part of the ongoing RTCWEB/WebRTC initiative to enable real-time communications in web browsers without extra plugins or extensions, the W3C working group released its first draft of the API specification. It can be found at:
Last week on July 12th, the W3C’s Web Real-Time Communications Working Group (“WebRTC” – one half of the overall “RTCWEB Initiative”) held a conference call to help advance the work of the group.
We are very pleased to see today that the W3C has published CCXML (Call Control XML) as a formal “Recommendation“. Within the W3C standards process, this is the the highest level that a standard can attain and is the result …
We are very pleased to be the hosts this week for the face-to-face meetings of the W3C’s Voice Browser Working Group (VB) and Multimodal Interaction Working Group (MMI) at Voxeo’s main office in Orlando, Florida.
In about 20 minutes at 1pm US Eastern (5pm UTC), the “Web Real-Time Communications Working Group” of the W3C will be holding its first conference call. As announced yesterday, the call will primarily be about introductions, reviewing the working group …
Yesterday the W3C published a Proposed Recommendation for “Voice Browser Call Control: CCXML Version 1.0” and also asked for any final comments to be received by June 10, 2011. The CCXML Proposed Recommendation can be found at:
For those of you following the ongoing “RTCWEB” work to bring about standards for real-time communications from within web browsers, there are now two new public mailing lists that you can join – and are where all the RTCWEB activity …
Consider my mind blown. I have to confess that I would never have thought of the W3C – a standards organization – launching a branding campaign around HTML5!
VoiceXML 3.0 specification continues its march toward release with the W3C Voice Browser Working Group releasing the latest working draft of the VoiceXML 3.0 specification at: