I was recently part of a developer panel at WebRTC Expo Miami named “Deploying WebRTC Successfully – The Big Issues” alongside Will Mitchell from OnSIP and a few volunteered that hoped in. Though the panel tended to steer towards signaling framework, identity, and the future of WebRTC, we realized that there are a lot of issues that arise when trying to deploy a WebRTC solution.
Many expert WebRTC developers wished they had had more resources when needing to scale their projects.
Here comes WebRTC Bootstrap!
I figured the hard part for developers is actually getting started so I wanted to launch a crowdsourced starter-kit and “WebRTC dictionary”. It’s a reading-friendly WebRTC starter kit for developers by developers. It includes a list of vendors/SDKs for all the necessary steps and a WebRTC dictionary with all the terms needed to get familiar with WebRTC development and help you bootstrap your way through deploying your WebRTC solution.
Here is the link to WebRTC Bootstrap
This is obviously the first iteration, and much more will come as participants help out. All developers that want to contribute are welcome!
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