The Agora Advanced Video Swift Sample Code demonstrates how to join / leave channel, mute / unmute audio, enable / disable video, switch camera, send message to channel, setup resolution, frame rate and bit rate, enable encryption, and enable / disable black and white filter.
TokBox - creators of the OpenTok APIs and platform that enable WebRTC video support - have today launched new live video chat tools for app developers and enterprises. ProgrammableWeb spoke with Scott Lomond, VP of Marketing at TokBox on the eve of the announcement, made today at the WebRTC Expo and Conference.
The Web is based on a rather simple notion: There are Web servers and there are clients, such as browsers. It’s an asymmetric kind of a connection: Clients connect to servers to request stuff. This breaks when what we need is more interactivity--for example, when our online webmail service notifies us of a new email, an update to a stock tick or news item, or the ring of our virtual phone. To achieve that, we hack our way with things like XHR, SSE and, recently, WebSockets.