Building a Video Conferencing Service With WebRTC

What I learned in WebRTC

  • It’s a peer to peer communication protocol to transfer media, text, and data.
  • It does need a server for the control path that includes device discovery and agreement. The process is called signaling.
  • The signaling server is free of any protocol and just needs to make two or more WebRTC clients share data.
  • WebRTC is available on all popular browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari & Brave).
  • It’s very efficient because there is no server involved in data transfer.

How to Build a Video Conferencing Solution

It requires a host (cloud or physical) for WebRTC clients, ICE & signaling server. A very production like implementation is


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  One thought on “Building a Video Conferencing Service With WebRTC

  1. April 20, 2020 at 6:33 PM

    Check this out:


    • April 24, 2020 at 9:32 PM

      Thanks, I did check it, but how good Golang is for creating client application. The webRTC client will run in the browser, would Golang cover enough feature parity as JavaScript?


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