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WebRTC API - Followers

WebRTC is an open source project that allows real time communication between Google, Mozilla and Opera browsers using Javascript. The main goal of WebRTC API is to create high quality applications that can be developed in the browser, mainly video chats without plugins. This venture can help developers interested to create apps that can interact with different browsers. For example, in the demo site, WebRTC displays a conversation between Chrome and Firefox users. The API is about app creation, compatible in different browsers. To create an application, developers should install a software available in the getting started reference website. Besides software installation, multiple resources are offered through samples, open code, demo, notes and a collaborative forum. Some of the features include local media stream, media stream track, RTC data channel, RTC peer connection and RTC session description.