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WebRTC is an open-source project enabling plugin-free, Real Time Communications (RTC) in the browser. It includes the fundamental building blocks for high-quality communications such as network, audio, and video components used in voice and video chat applications.
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PeerJS - Simple peer-to-peer with WebRTC

PeerJS - Simple peer-to-peer with WebRTC | WebRTC | Scoop.it

PeerJS wraps the browser's WebRTC implementation to provide a complete, configurable, and easy-to-use peer-to-peer connection API. Equipped with nothing but an ID, a peer can create a P2P data or media stream connection to a remote peer.

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WebRTC data channels: WebRTC data channels for high performance data exchange - HTML5 Rocks

WebRTC data channels: WebRTC data channels for high performance data exchange - HTML5 Rocks | WebRTC | Scoop.it
WebRTC data channels for high performance data exchange
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WebRTC in the real world: STUN, TURN and signaling - HTML5 Rocks

WebRTC in the real world: STUN, TURN and signaling - HTML5 Rocks | WebRTC | Scoop.it
Build the back-end services you need to run a WebRTC application.
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A Practical Guide to Building WebRTC Apps - NewCircle

A Practical Guide to Building WebRTC Apps - NewCircle | WebRTC | Scoop.it

Bringing the promise of WebRTC, from conception to reality, takes more than writing a few lines of javascript. It requires a lot of detail, a range of considerations, and usually a lot of troubleshooting.

Ben Strong, CEO at vLine, wants your experience building apps for WebRTC to be easier. This presentation provides you with a series of best practices that Ben says he learned from months of banging his head against the wall. He spends significant time discussing multi-party conferencing, the browser, UI considerations, and, of course, mobile.

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Video Conferencing in HTML5: WebRTC via Socket.io | ginger's thoughts

Six months ago I experimented with Web sockets for WebRTC and the early implementations of PeerConnection in Chrome. Last week I gave a presentation about
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