Web RTC is a free, open project to provide real-time communication through a web browser using it’s native capabilities – In other words – NO PLUGINS REQUIRED! Currently support is provided by Mozilla FirefoxGoogle Chrome, and the Opera browsers
Tutorials on the basics are provided on the HTML5 Rocks site, but a stunning example of Web RTC is the Appear In service. It’s the WebRTC version of a Skype call, or Google Hangout. Again, you need to use a supported browser, or an iOS or Android mobile device app.


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