Testing for WebRTC


As most of you probably know, the WebRTC Working Group is developing a
set of APIs that enables P2P audio/video/data communications across

While the spec is still evolving, there starts to be enough deployment
of the existing draft that the needs for interoperability testing is
raising higher in our agenda [1].

One of the difficulties we expect to encounter for WebRTC is that
contrarily to other W3C specs, it will need to test interactions from
one browser to another; while some of the tests can be run inside a
single browser (e.g. across tabs), real interop will require tests that
run across two different browser instances.

I've started to ask who in WebRTC would be interested in a mini-F2F to
brainstorm about what infrastructure and what approaches will make that
testing palatable; I'm hoping that at least some of the folks here would
also show interest and bring their expertise to such a meeting.



1. http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-webrtc/2013Oct/0088.html

Received on Wednesday, 23 October 2013 11:49:16 UTC