Getting Started with WebRTC
I’ve started reading the book titled Getting Started with WebRTC written by Rob Manson which is published by Packt Publishing.
This is a short book but, my speed of reading is quite slow due to my current workload. Currently I’m reading chapter 2.
Chapter 1 introduces to the high level concepts of WebRTC and what we require for establishing web based real time communication. This is very helpful as you will know your requirements clearly before you dive into work.
In Chapter 2, author shows the technical part of the WebRTC. As I’m currently reading it, I am not ready to write about it but I will update this post when my reading is completed.
Due to another priorities, I’ve started reading another book titled Mastering Web Application Development with AngularJS. I will update this review once I complete this book but now I’m uncertain about any timeframe. Sorry about that.
I’m excited to let all of you know that Packt Publishing wanted to give away free copies of their new book titled Getting Started With WebRTC to the beloved readers of my blog.
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- Set up video calls easily with a low bandwidth audio only option using WebRTC
- Extend your application using real-time text-based chat, and collaborate easily by adding real-time drag-and-drop file sharing
- Create your own fully working WebRTC application in minutes
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