Over the course of this chapter, we covered each step of the signaling process. We walked through setting up a Node.js application, identifying users, and sending the entirety of offer/answer mechanisms between users. We also detailed disconnecting, leaving connections, and sending candidates between users.
You should now have a firm understanding of how a signaling server works. The server that we built is built to be simple and straightforward from a pure learning standpoint. We could fill an entire book up with new features that we could add to our server, such as authentications, buddy lists, and more. If you are feeling adventurous, feel free to add as many functionalities as you would like to our implementation.
We also covered a little ...