Mesh, MCU, or SFU architectures help scale WebRTC for group calls. There are advantages to each, depending on the use case and concerns around quality, cost, and network congestion. But how does each compare in terms of energy efficiency? In her last post of the series, Altanai Bisht compares server side and client side consumption in these different topologies.
There are many great open source WebRTC media servers out there. But Janus’ great performance, small footprint, and active open source repository and community make it a popular choice for developers looking to use the latest supported WebRTC functionalities. Alberto Gonzalez takes Janus out for a spin to build a test video conference app.
With use cases in all kinds of industries, video chat apps allow companies to streamline processes and connect employees and clients across the globe.
This blog post provides a tutorial on building a video conferencing application using WebRTC. Instead of complicating things, we’ll show you how to create a simple one-to-one video conferencing application using WebRTC APIs and a few other libraries to build a custom signaling server. Before we get