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Submission + - WebRTC: The Future Of In-Browser Real-Time Communication

rjmarvin writes: WebRTC, an open project enabling real-time communication in web browsers,brings real-time audio and video communication to the browser for instantaneous connection and data exchange http://sdt.bz/71475. The standard. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is the standards organization working to stabilize the Web standard by rectifying competing API specifications and HTML5 video codecs, and a year after being heralded "the future of enterprise communication" http://sdt.bz/61943, WebRTC is enabled in most major browsers and inching toward wider developer and user adoption. WebRTC Working Group staff contact Dominique Hazaël-Massieux talks progress, what obstacles WebRTC and the W3C still face, and the future of the real-time communication API definition.
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WebRTC: The Future Of In-Browser Real-Time Communication

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