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At AgilityFeat we are more than just designers and coders. We are also thought leaders. Our team has spoken at numerous conferences around the US, Europe, and Latin America. We are leading the way when it comes to applying agile methodologies to nearshore software development in Latin America. Our blog is where we share those lessons with you, as well as news about what our team is up to.

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How to: Spectrum Analyser for WebRTC Audio Stream

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I’m writing a series over at Real Time Weekly about using WebRTC on iOS, specifically to document the research we’ve been conducting in order to release a couple of iPhone apps, based on WebRTC, under AgilityFeat’s brand. One of ...

Arin Sime

How to: Spectrum Analyser for WebRTC Audio Stream

I’m writing a series over at Real Time Weekly about using WebRTC on iOS, specifically to document the research we’ve been conducting in order to release a couple of iPhone apps, based on WebRTC, under AgilityFeat’s brand. One of these apps is a remote spectrum analyzer based on real-time audio streams. In this tutorial we’ll […]

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Did you know? – Applying Effects to WebRTC Vide...

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Did you know you can apply effects to your WebRTC video stream using WebGL Shaders? And quite easily I might add. This is a demo I assembled in about an hour: That’s a real time video conference call and I applied an Edge Shader to achieve t...

Arin Sime

Did you know? – Applying Effects to WebRTC Video in Real Time

Did you know you can apply effects to your WebRTC video stream using WebGL Shaders? And quite easily I might add. This is a demo I assembled in about an hour: That’s a real time video conference call and I applied an Edge Shader to achieve that effect you see there. The code is up […]

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Using WebGL in iOS without PhoneGap or Ionic

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Let me preface this post by saying that PhoneGap, Ionic, Titanium and Cordova are fantastic, easy to use tools which allow us to garner the simplicity of Javascript within iOS. They bridge a very wide gap between web and native in several useful w...

Arin Sime

Using WebGL in iOS without PhoneGap or Ionic

Let me preface this post by saying that PhoneGap, Ionic, Titanium and Cordova are fantastic, easy to use tools which allow us to garner the simplicity of Javascript within iOS. They bridge a very wide gap between web and native in several useful ways and each of those frameworks is optimized for different types and […]

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