WebRTC is the technology that powers video calls in browsers. What you might not know are all the features WebRTC unlocks for the web. In this talk we'll take a journey through WebRTC, from the primitives and protocols to the projects that have been built.
You'll learn the basics of getting two peers connected in a video chat and move on to advanced topics like camera control, screen sharing, audio analysis, using the data channel and more. We might even be able to solve the "You're on mute!" problem that plagues every video chat.
When you understand WebRTC and the related APIs you'll be amazed with what you can build.
MediaDevices API examples: https://github.com/philnash/mediadevices-camera-selection
RTC Diagnostics library. Test bitrate, audio input, audio output and video input in the browser: https://github.com/twilio/rtc-diagnostics/