Can you really write your own "Skype in the browser" in an afternoon?
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WebRTC is a communication protocol that is built directly into the web browser, allowing for voice and video calls to be made without plugins or native applications. It was originated in 2011 by Google and yet appears to be almost unknown outside its small, well-informed, community.
In this talk, Steven covers the basics of the platform, what it is, what is does (and does not do), as well as covering some of the underlying code.
Attended by: Roland Schmitz (roli), bennythejudge, Peter Haworth (pmh1wheel), David Dorward, kevin mulholland (moodfarm), Jess Robinson (castaway), Chris Jack, Daniel Collins (solemnwarning), Hugh Barnard, Dagfinn Ilmari Mannsåker (ilmari), Andreas Specht (ac0v), Umair Dojki, Anatolie Mazur (Mask), Brian Kelly, Michael Jemmeson (michael), karwoo tang, Steffen Winkler (STEFFENW),