WebRTC is an open-source project for peer-to-peer communication in web browsers and mobile applications. It helps develop everything from a simple video calling app to a multi-platform conferencing application. WebRTC solution building technology supports screen and file sharing in addition to voice, video, and chat features. It can help direct communication without downloads or plugins when embedded in a website. It’s compatible with desktops and mobile devices in most modern browsers; Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Opera support WebRTC.
Features of WebRTC Development Software
WebRTC Software Development leverages the capabilities of plugin-free APIs
and can be availed in desktop and mobile browsers.
Our WebRTC Development Services
Solutions We Develop With WebRTC
Pain Points & Solutions
While two parties communicate, their conversation must be encrypted on both ends to avoid malicious attacks. While most technologies provide a seamless interaction, they fallout on security.
WebRTC Software Development takes this into account and ensures that the communication is encrypted and no one can spoof the call. It is secure for voice and video calls with the Secure RTP (SRTP) protocol for encryption and authentication. This prevents the recording of calls and eavesdropping.
Integrating calling technology with live content, information, and services have been challenging and time-consuming, especially on the web.
This is where WebRTC application development comes into being. WebRTC can be seamlessly integrated into a website. Once done, all it takes is a click to call the business, customer service, or sales reps, making the interaction all the more fruitful.
With embedded technologies, organizations are able to share media files easily; however, they may lack in sharing data with the customers or reps.
With Custom WebRTC development, clients can share data without getting meddled by intruders. The data can be shared by an organization’s staff handling customer queries. The reps have access to clients’ browsing history, giving them the liberty to collate past information during the call.
Most of the technologies are quick to call and pass on information via the web; however, where they lack is they are platform-dependent—either dependent on the OS and their versions or simply desktop or mobile dependent.
With WebRTC consultancy services, clients have the freedom to discuss what WebRTC features they want to be embedded into their WebRTC-enabled browser. This can be with any operating system or a web browser using real-time voice or video calls to another WebRTC browser.