An overview of networking concepts for addressing and delivering data that is important to any software application, and crucial to the media streams in a WebRTC project. Topics include protocols, ports, IP addresses, LAN, WAN, NAT, TCP, UDP, and security.
WebRTC.ventures is pleased to announce the promotion of Hector Zelaya to WebRTC Developer Advocate. Hector will be a technical community builder to educate potential clients and our internal team about the basics and best practices in WebRTC application development.
When we integrate WebRTC into an application, like magic, we enable real-time communication between users all over the world by video, voice, or chat. It is reliable, user-friendly, secure, scalable, and so much more. And we’ve only scratched the surface on how we can apply it.
A code example for automating configuration for WebRTC. Hector shows us how to provision two EC2 instances: one running the Janus WebRTC Server and the other one running coturn.