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RTCMultiConnection is written by an individual, Muaz Khan, however maintained by WebRTC community. Remember, it is not a "complete" framework. Also, it isn't a MCU. Also, it isn't supporting SDKs for iOS. RTCMultiConnection helps you test "approximately" all WebRTC features in peer-to-peer context; and guaranteedly speaking, you'll have full-control over each bit. Not joking :) Simplest possible API are provided to give you full control over each execution context. Nothing is hidden from you!. Nothing is away from you! You don't need to modify library yourself because the library is providing API/methods/properties for everything! API Documentations!

However, RTCMultiConnection may seems complex to newbies, however believe me, it isn't as complex as its name sounds :) Getting Started!

What is RTCMultiConnection?

RTCMultiConnection is a WebRTC JavaScript wrapper library runs top over RTCPeerConnection API to provide multi-session establishment scenarios. It also provides dozens of features as hybrid-less mesh networking model, a reliable presence detection and syncing system; complex renegotiation scenarios; and much more. It provides everything you've in your mind! Just understand the API and you'll enjoy using it! It is simple and its syntax is similar as WebSockets JavaScript API and RTCPeerConnection API.

It is MIT Licenced, which means that you can use it in any commercial/non-commercial product, free of cost.
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