Robin Good: The guys at Vline are busy developing a new tool that will allow any developer to integrate a videoconferencing app on any web site without ever needing to use Flash or other plugins.
By leveraging the original Google Web RTC project, which provided an open framework for enabling RTC in the browser, the small team at Vline began building a tool that bundles together all the technology required to build video conferencing capacity into an inexpensive and easy-to-use package without using Flash or requiring you to be logged in into Google.
From the official site:
2) Built from the ground up for the new HTML5 video conferencing standard (no Flash or plugins required).
From VentureBeat: "VLine, a cloud video conferencing platform for developers, showcased its platform for the first time yesterday at the Google developer conference.
It also revealed raising $1.5 million in seed funding from Kleiner Perkins and Harrison Metal.
VLine enables web and mobile developers to integrate high quality, video conferencing into their applications without using Flash or plug-ins.
During the beta period over the next several months, the product will be free of charge."
Find out more: http://vline.com/
Via Robin Good