Just recently we published a new demo, containing fragments of the coming WebRTC support of
XSockets.NET you will find it on
As next version of XSockets.NET will include support for the features found in WebRTC we are focusing on that right now!
This example project of XSockets.NET WebRTC Support using WebSockets, PeerConnection, getUserMedia and more is built to show you how we can put together powerfull Realtime audio/video chats just using the browser.
This example project includes:
- A MVC3 WebApp that "hosts" the WebSite
- A XSockets.NET Development Server (included in out Nuget Package)
- A Custom WebSocketHandler (SignalingHandler.cs)
- .. And more!
For more information about XSockets.NET please visit
http://xsockets.net. Information regarding the WebRTC project visit http://webrtc.org
The example requires a WebRTC capable browser ( its tested on Google Chrome ) and you need to enable WebRTC in chrome , this is described here
WebRTC on Chrome
Before you start have a quick look at the documentation, there is a few settings that you need to know about.
You will find a video here showing how it can look like - http://youtu.be/QqDuaJcxDrc
If you are interested in helping out with this project you are welcome!