Anybody who worked with WebRTC will agree that there is a huge lack of learning resources and on top of that on every few years, WebRTC standards changes and changes are big sometimes that makes previous resources outdated, creating more gap.
WebRTC is a free, open project that provides browsers and mobile applications with Real-Time Communications (RTC) capabilities via simple APIs. The WebRTC components have been optimized to best serve this purpose.
I have found most of the resources either not clear, not compatible with the current WebRTC library or very incomplete. During my searching for resources, I have found a few as good resources.
- Flutter WebRTC plugin for Mobile/Desktop
- Demo for flutter-webrtc
- A simple WebRTC signaling server for flutter-webrtc and html5.
- Flutter WebRTC plugin for iOS/Android
These are very high-level examples, I have a plan to write a full-fledged tutorial on this topic soon.
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Thank you for sharing info
At videosdk.live/ you will find everything you need to build. Real-time Communication. It is a one-stop solution for adding voice, and video conferencing into your website and app in only 10 minutes.
Hi Sadman, any progress on this? Looking to implement video calls in Flutter. Took a look at agora.io, which is easy to implement, but can get quite expensive once the user base grows.
Agora has a sample app for flutter video chat: github.com/AgoraIO-Community/Agora.... Although it is more affordable, WebRTC has its own shortcoming if you want to scale up in terms of the number users in the call and multiple platform supports. I am happy to answer any questions. :)
This was a really awesome read, thank you!