This is the codelab that was missing for WebRTC. It will guide you step by step how to build a simple peer-to-peer application using WebRTC, putting an emphasis on all the gotchas and common mistakes developers usually make along the way.
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Get acquainted with the index.html file that the browser will run in our reference app
Explaining how hangup and session closure takes place with WebRTC and the signaling around it
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Tracking disconnections in the server
How to add tracking code in the server to keep tabs of connected (and disconnected) sessions
Adding calling & answering buttons
Moving from auto-call and auto-answer to user based calling and answering buttons.
Adding statistics to the view
Time to add statistics/connection state directly on that video window.
Turn off camera light when muting video
How to turn off the camera light in Chrome when you mute your video
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How is webrtc-internals file structured and how do we read it to find issues?
How to download webrtc-internals file?
Quick instruction on how to download a webrtc-internals file.
NAT traversal and ICE negotiation
A dive into the ICE negotiation process, how STUN and TURN work and why we need all this to connect WebRTC sessions.
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