BrianMadden.com Podcast #55: Citrix Synergy 2014 post-keynote analysis

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This podcast was recorded immediately after the Citrix Synergy 2014 opening keynote. Brian, Gabe, and Jack were joined by Shawn Bass where we discussed the various announcements, including Citrix Receiver X1, Citrix Workspace Services, and XenMobile 9.

This podcast was recorded immediately after the Citrix Synergy 2014 opening keynote. Brian, Gabe, and Jack were joined by Shawn Bass where we discussed the various announcements, including Citrix Receiver X1, Citrix Workspace Services, and XenMobile 9.

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When I heard about the Chrome app it made me think of WebRTC.  It is a HTML5 enhancement.  If they have Chromebook in mind, they cannot install files on the client.  It all has to be server side.


www.html5rocks.com/.../basics


Internet Explorer 11 still does not support this or other related technologies.  Microsoft is supporting their own rival enhancement called CU-RTC-Web


I think I did read somewhere that a developer made a WebRTC plugin that could be installed into IE but I forgot the URL.


I also found out that the reason that the current HTML5 client doesn't work for Receiver for Metro is the lack of support for the Web Audio API  in IE


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Re: USB support, its not NaCl but as part of Chrome packaged app. Please do visit us at booth 19 if you guys have time :-)


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Citrix Workspace Services... where does this fit alongside CPSM and CPBM?


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