FAQ | RTCMultiConnection

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MIT Licensed

RTCMultiConnection is using MIT license, which means that:

it is open-sourced
it is free, 100% free
it has a small community as well

Browsers + Operating Systems

BrowserOperating SytemDescription
Google Chrome Mac, Linux/Ubuntu, Windows, Android Fully Supported
Android is fully-supported as well
Firefox Mac, Linux/Ubuntu, Windows, Android Fully Supported
Screen-capturing on Android is NOT supported yet.
Opera Mac, Linux/Ubuntu, Windows, Android Fully Supported except screen-capturing
Cordova iOS + Android (native apps) Fully Supported except screen-capturing
Supports: iPhone+iPad+Android tablets

PHP

You can use server sent events (SSE) based open-sourced demo: Live Demo or Source

ASP.NET

You can use xhr signaling, websync signaling or signal-r signaling.

Check a tutorial: WebRTC for ASP.NET developers

More information

Are you a newbie (beginner)? Check this tutorial: WebRTC Signaling Concepts