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WebRTC Blueprints by Andrii Sergiienko

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A simple p2p video conference – the server application

We prepared a client-side code to be executed inside a web browser. Now it is time to develop the signaling server. As a transport layer for the signaling mechanism, we will use WebSockets; it is supported well by all web browsers that support WebRTC, and this protocol is pretty suitable for the signaling role.

The application description file

The application description file describes our application. It is something similar to the manifest file for C# applications or Java applets. Here, we describe what our application itself is, define its version number, define other modules it depends on, and so on.

Edit the apps/rtcserver/src/rtcserver.app.src file.

The application ID/name is as follows: ...

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