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WebRTC Java Applet

From: Anton Venema <anton.venema@frozenmountain.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2013 12:03:31 -0700
Message-ID: <CAEX0S13XTNBRBNnHjVrYgPUyhN2T1mQBx91Ad=AKOSujkhe-Tg@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-webrtc@w3.org
Hey everyone,

We're very excited about WebRTC and have put together a WebRTC extension
for IceLink (our ICE/STUN/TURN/RTP/SDP-based NAT traversal product) that
adds the necessary audio/video stack (G.711/VP8) to provide WebRTC
connections on Android, iOS, Mac, .NET, and Java.

Perhaps more interesting is that we've also assembled a Java applet that
can be used to provide WebRTC functionality to web browsers without native
support (like IE). We provide a JavaScript API that wraps the native
browser implementation of WebRTC if it's available, and automatically backs
off to the Java applet if native support is unavailable. Java applets
aren't exactly fun to work with, but if the work is already done, we think
it's a good option for people who need some way of dealing with the IE
population, even if it depends on a plugin.

There's a lot of work to be done yet, but we would love to get feedback
from any of you who are interested in what we're doing. I am a bit hesitant
about posting to this group as I don't want this to come across as sales-y,
but we thought there might be some interest or advice here. Here's a link
if you are interested in checking it out. We'd love to hear back.


Anton Venema
Frozen Mountain Software
604-227-2458 (Canada)
919-300-5520 (United States)
888-379-6686 (Extension 102)
Received on Wednesday, 24 July 2013 17:08:55 UTC

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