WebRTC is one of the best tools around to create all kinds of real-time communication such as audio, video, and text between users by utilizing web browsers. It enables real-time communication without the need for additional applications or plug-ins therefore offering a revolutionary cross-framework protocol.
1: A Brief History
With the welcome stuff out of the way and before we get into the technical stuff, what are people already doing?
There’s some neat stuff out there you may not have seen, we’ll take you on a quick tour of current apps.
Communication is going to be different in the future for sure.
2: Tutorial 101
Tsahi, is gonna make sure you’ve all got the basic fundamentals under your belt.
It’s a 101 tutorial, it’s a baseline, may have heard it before but we want no one left behind.
Already an expert? Then consider this a 20 minute nap time!
3: WebRTC Cookbook
Hear first hand the choices & decisions an app dev faced, how they made them, what they did and what would they recommend you consider.
4: Architectures For A Kickass Application
The signaling piece for WebRTC isn’t as complicated as it sounds but you do have some choices.
Node.js seems to be the default framework for many, but there are others as well, and that’s even before we fight over WebSocket, XHR & XMPP.
This short talk should give you some ideas to think about.
5: Scaling Audio For Gaming
Peer-to-Peer is all fun and games until you need to scale.
In this talk, we”ll cover p2p architectures and then dive into how SpeakIt.io is scaling conferences to over 50+ attendees through a real-time audio mixing platform.
6: In The Real World
7: Firefox OS For Mobile
There are lots of WebRTC elements inside of Firefox OS.
What are they? How can you access them? And where is Mozilla gonna drive it?
8: Integrating With Your App
Integrating elements into your existing application …
How we did it, what did we learn, and what we’re thinking for the future.
9: WebRTC Update
The Google team will be front n’ present during this event but it’s time to listen up to where Google and the industry are attempting to drive the WebRTC standard.
Mobile is a theme for 2014 and Google will share with the group the direction the industry is taking.
10: Google Glass
Developing EyeSight: Building a Cross-Platform
Rahul and Aaron will provide some pointers on how to break out of the browser and bring WebRTC to Google Glass and other mobile platforms natively.
11: Building An App
Say it ain’t so.
We’re going to build a real WebRTC app from start to finish on-stage, live, with no nets.
We said it was simple, now we’re going to show you.