WebRTC demo: Integrating WebRTC with a Social API

Please check out Anant’s post:

WebRTC video call at IETF-83 showing Mozilla’s Social API

It shows a WebRTC video call between two users who are signed into a Social API using BrowserID (now called Persona).  It’s a wonderful demonstration of some of the cool things that can be done by combining WebRTC with some of the other emerging web technologies.  We showed this at IETF-83 in Paris.

Great progress on WebRTC project

We have WebRTC calls with video and audio up and working in Firefox!  WooHoo!  We are planning to demo our handiwork at IETF 83 in Paris next week.  We are still working hard to create multiple demos for IETF to show what is possible with this new feature.

In the meantime check out our first screenshot:

More exciting things are to come!!

Thanks to Anant Narayanan, Suhas Nandaku (pictured above), Eric Rescorla, Ethan Hunt, Enda Mannion, Culllen Jennings, and Randell Jesup for all their hard work to make this demo (and soon firefox feature!) a reality.  You guys so rock!!

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