Monday, February 4, 2013

WebRTC for Video Call in Google Chrome and Firefox


Communication between the user's browser made ​​by Google and Mozilla is increasingly easy. Both companies continue its commitment to WebRTC to Chrome and Firefox browsers. WebRTC is an open source project which allows the browser to make voice calls and video without any additional software. WebRTC built using Javascript and HTML, is claimed to produce HD video calls with minimal delay. 

More recently, Google and Mozilla announced the progress of the project is to demonstrate the use of WebRTC through a cross-browser, Chrome, and Firefox. Quoted from Engadget, the project is still under development, and can only be tried in the browser and the Chrome 25 beta version of Firefox Nightly.

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