Learning WebRTC Application Development [Video]

By Alessandro Arrichiello
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WebRTC revolutionizes the way users can communicate over the Internet. It enables browser-to-browser communication and saves you from mundane tasks such as installation and registration, and makes voice and video communication a breeze. To add to this, you can access the application from any platform such as home PC, mobile devices, and access points.

This video course will help you learn the fundamentals of developing real-time communication systems using WebRTC.
Start right from the basics of the WebRTC standard that includes the signaling channels such as the Google App Engine. Develop file sharing functionalities and transfer media content from your mic and webcam for a better user experience. Finally, you will discover WebRTC wrapper libraries that will help you integrate the technology in your existing application within seconds.
By the end of the course, you will have a fully working application that enables real-time browser-to-browser communication.

Style and Approach

This video course is full of illustrations, clear step-by-step instructions, and practical examples. It provides the groundwork first and then moves to building a complete application.

Publication date:
December 2014
2 hours 33 minutes

About the Author

  • Alessandro Arrichiello

    Alessandro Arrichiello is a computer enthusiast; he graduated in Computer Engineering at Federico II Naples University. He has a passion and knowledge for GNU/Linux systems that began at the age of 14 and continues today. He is an independent Android developer on the Google Play Store and has strong knowledge of C++, the Java language, and derivatives. He also has experience with many other kinds of interpreted languages like Perl, PHP, and Python. Alessandro is a proud open source supporter and he started and contributed to many collaborative projects developed for academic purposes. Recently he enriched his knowledge on network monitoring, focusing on penetration testing and network security in general. At the moment, Alessandro is working as software engineer in the Communications and Media Solutions group of Hewlett Packard in Milan, Italy. He’s involved in many business projects as developer and technology consultant.

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