Live Chat and Video Call with RestcommONE
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RestcommONE WebRTC makes tedious video call setup a thing of the past. You no longer need to install a client in order to communicate with business partners or worry about opening special ports on your firewall. All you need is a web browser and you are good to go.
In this quick tutorial, you will learn how to set up live video call and chat session powered by RestcommONE WebRTC.
- Basic knowledge of RestcommONE
- Latest version of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox
- In the beginning you have to access you own instance:
- As default Display Name and User Name you should see alice.
- The Domain is telestax.com
- After entering these details click on the Register button.
- The following screen should appear:
- Allow the browser to use you camera and microphone.
- Access http://YOUR_PUBLIC_IP_ADRESS:8080/webrtc/ from a new tab in your browser.
- Change the User Name and Display Name to bob.
- In the Security section also modify to bob.
- Then click Register.
- Allow your browser to access you camera and microphone
- Go back to alice client and click on Search or add room
- Type bob and click on the plus button.
- Then click on bob that appears below and start typing
- Click on the cam icon to start a video call.
- Go back to bob user and answer the call.
Conversation between two clients will look like this:
For more information
- For more information what is RestcommONE and how it works please read these documents:
- For more information what WebRTC is and how it works please read these documents: