You can expect other Web RTC internals to change as well.But Web RTC is ready for production and it is awesome.
Impact Infraheights is a contracting company in the civil/construction area.
Operating out of one of the fast developing metros in India – Pune, it provides high quality construction services to the following four segments in the Private Sector Delivering highest standards of quality is one of the most important values Impact Infraheights brings to its clients and the end users.
The Web RTC API covers all the steps to stream live video, audio & data, but it becomes complicated when you fulfill all the steps on the way to calling your friends.
Peer JS abstracts away much of the Web RTC API and leaves us with a concise set of methods and callbacks to connect our calls.
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Web RTC means 'Web Realtime Communications' and it comes built into certain browsers like Chrome and Firefox.
With this code, the template loads, connects to the Peer JS cloud server, gets a peer id for our local user, and grabs streaming audio & video from our computer.
The 'make Call' event creates a new call, passing in our friend's peer id that we typed into our HTML input and also our local Stream (mic & video). We added a callback, similar to the other 'call' callback in 'Template.Created'.
If we wanted, we could only add audio, or share our screen (advanced). Our friend will take our stream, set it to the var 'window.remote Stream', and show it in his browser, with the lines: The type of 'get User Media' function available depends on the browser we use, and each browser requires its own prefix.