Check out the newest issue of our WebRTC Metrics Report series!

We are introducing user roles to the app level. You can enable or disable access to apps and assign different roles for each user per app.

By: Lasse Lumiaho, Sten Hägglund,

We strive to make employees feel welcome, and we value their contributions. In the first few weeks, we make sure they’re working on the product or project they were hired for. Within a short time, we hope our new hires feel they made the right move. Three of our most recent sales and marketing hires share their impressions about working at callstats.io.

By: Lasse Lumiaho,

In this 2nd issue of WebRTC industry reports we go through endpoint statistics, failure metrics, transport metrics, network and media metrics.

By: Lasse Lumiaho, Varun Singh, Marcin Nagy, Lennart Schulte,

Arttu, Balázs and Lennart tell their expectations before they started to work at callstas.io. They are off to a good start: experiences from the first days and first commits have been made at callstats.io.

By: Charlotta Liukas,

Update to the organizations feature we released last month. We added admin and member with billing access to the user roles in our dashboard.

By: Lasse Lumiaho, Sten Hägglund,

Callstats.js version 3.19.3 is now live with React Native support using the react-native-callstats module. We have also updated our WebRTC demo app to work with React Native.

By: Lasse Lumiaho, Karthik BR,

Setup is probably the most crucial period of a WebRTC conference, it is the period when users need to give access to their devices and the endpoints negotiate settings. Due to the complex nature of the handshake process, many things can go wrong, and we calculate four metrics related to the period.

By: Lasse Lumiaho, Marcin Nagy,