Learning WebRTC Application Development
English | Monday, December 22, 2014 | ISBN-13: 9781783989904 | mp4 | H264 1280x720 | AAC 2 ch | 2 hrs 33 min | 525 MBeLearning
- Harness some of WebRTC’s awesome features including the connection mechanisms and the resources’ acquisition
- Set up the optimal backend to get your application up and running
- Discover PeerJS, the WebRTC wrapper library, for quick integration of WebRTC technology in your application
Who This Video Is For
Table of Contents
- Introducing WebRTC
- Backend Configuration - Google App Engine
- Basic Uses of the WebRTC API
- Create Our First WebRTC App - Part 1 (Backend)
- Create Our First WebRTC App - Part 2 (Frontend)
- WebRTC Data Channel
- Easy Implementation of Chat and File Sharing
- The Existing WebRTC Wrappers
What You Will Learn
- Grasp the concepts of signaling channels using WebSockets
- Utilize your mic and webcam in your application
- Create a data channel and develop a file sharing tool
- Implement the WebRTC Data API to develop file sharing and chat functionalities for any page on the Web
- Use the acquired knowledge to choose existing WebRTC wrappers that best fit your needs
WebRTC revolutionizes the way users can communicate over the Internet. It enables browser-to-browser communication and saves you from mundane tasks such as installation and registration, and makes voice and video communication a breeze. To add to this, you can access the application from any platform such as home PC, mobile devices, and access points.
This video course will help you learn the fundamentals of developing real-time communication systems using WebRTC.
Start right from the basics of the WebRTC standard that includes the signaling channels such as the Google App Engine. Develop file sharing functionalities and transfer media content from your mic and webcam for a better user experience. Finally, you will discover WebRTC wrapper libraries that will help you integrate the technology in your existing application within seconds.
By the end of the course, you will have a fully working application that enables real-time browser-to-browser communication.