Browser Video Collaboration with WebRTC and ObjectRTC, No Plugins Needed

Philipp Hancke (&yet), Adam Brault (&yet)
5:15pm–5:45pm Wednesday, 04/22/2015
HTML5 and CSS3
Location: Salon 12/13/14/15
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THIS SESSION HAS REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS LISTED BELOW

The Open Web Platform has evolved tremendously allowing browsers to provide capabilities previously only available via specialized plugins. WebRTC and the newest specification, ObjectRTC (ORTC), are the evolution of plugin-free video collaboration and in this talk, we’ll go over how these specifications will change the way we collaborate on the web.

We’ll look at:

  • The current state of the specifications
  • How to leverage WebRTC now
  • The differences between WebRTC and ORTC
  • How to plan your development efforts to be forward compatible with ORTC

SESSION REQUIREMENTS FOR ATTENDEES

Attendees should know HTML5, JavaScript.

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Philipp Hancke

&yet

Fippo has been building messaging, telephony, and video systems for over 15 years. He is a widely recognized WebRTC developer, the top non-Google contributor to the Google’s WebRTC samples on github, a key contributor to the Jitsi Meet application, and the pioneer of combining XMPP and WebRTC.

Adam Brault

&yet

Founded &yet in 2008 after over a decade of doing web development on the side. Have since then built it into a great team with strong focus on realtime web.

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Piero Cena
04/26/2015 5:47pm PDT

Please, could you share your slides here? Thanks in advance