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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. WebRTC is a HTML5 standard that is being drafted by the World Wide Web Consortium, the mailing list was created in April 2011 It is also considered as a framework that was open sourced on June 1, 2011 that allows web browsers to...
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. WebRTC is a HTML5 standard that is being drafted by the World Wide Web Consortium, the mailing list was created in April 2011 It is also considered as a framework that was open sourced on June 1, 2011 that allows web browsers to conduct real-time communication. This enables applications such as voice calls, video chat, P2P file sharing and so on. Its inclusion in the World Wide Web Consortium standards is supported by Microsoft, Google, Mozilla, and Opera. It is licensed under the 3-clause BSD license and the code is based on products from Global IP Solutions — a company Google acquired in May 2010. WebRTC uses the iLBC, iSAC, G.711, and G.722 codecs for audio and VP8 for video and work is underway to migrate the Google Talk video chat plugin to the WebRTC framework.
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