Google Chrome Interface with Mozilla Firefox with WebRTC
Submitted by Julian King on Sun, 02/17/2013 - 21:25
Recently, on the web, has arrived a new set of technologies for communication, which offers excellent voice quality, high-definition video and broadcasts with minimal delay.
We are talking about WebRTC.
This project has generated a lot of interest from the beginning, when several members of the open world are committed to the development of these technologies, including developers of Chrome and Firefox. The objective was to provide powerful and secure communications through web applications.
One of the most critical aspects of this is that these technologies should not be tied to any particular browser, but must be able to communicate with all, a bit 'like the standard HTML and CSS. The commitment of the community of the W3C, IETF, Chrome and Firefox has led to a great success in this front through the use of technologies such as Opus and VP8 codec for audio and video, DTLS-SRTP for encryption and ICE for networking.
But what is the goal achieved? Simple, effective communication between Chrome and Firefox! This is designed as a first step for a future extension to other browsers. The beauty is that you can already try it with Chrome 25 Beta and Firefox Nightly, both in desktop versions. To enable this feature in Firefox you need to type in the address bar about: config and set the preference media.peerconnection.enabled to "true" and then simply try the demo WebRTC.
Developers who want to integrate this functionality into their web applications can refer to the source code of the AppRTC demo, a library that simplifies the creation of applications WebRTC cross-browser and a document that adds some details on the differences between the different browser WebRTC.
For more information, please refer to the Mozilla Hacks blog and watch the video below:
Source: Chromium Blog
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