The Higher-level WebRTC Protocols training course is meant to go deeper into how WebRTC works. In a way, it is a continuation of our Low-level WebRTC Protocols course and is designed to be taken after it. Here, we will dive into the protocols that are used on top of RTP and RTCP and are used to manage and orchestrate the media delivery and quality of WebRTC sessions.
Who is this course for?
- Developers who are also taking or took our Low-level WebRTC Protocols course
- Developers who know WebRTC at a high level and have used it a bit
- Those who want to deepen their understanding of how WebRTC works at its lowest levels at the highest detail
- When what you need is to debug tough WebRTC bugs that require looking closely at network traffic
- If you plan on developing your own WebRTC components from scratch
What will you learn?
- What protocols does WebRTC use on top of RTP and RTCP
- The protocols and algorithms WebRTC implements to maintain high media quality
This course doesn’t offer complete knowledge and understanding of WebRTC. It is complementary to the other WebRTC courses for developers available on this site.
This course is meant to be taken with or after taking our Low-level WebRTC protocols course.
The bulk of the course is composed out of lessons, where each lesson deals with an aspect of WebRTC, going through a set of protocols or algorithms in WebRTC. We follow this technology stack diagram when looking at the make up of a WebRTC implementation:
Notice that here, we are building on top of the architecture we’ve focused on in our Low-level architecture course, expanding and detailing on what goes on “on top” of RTP and RTCP.