Original Source and Fork intent
open-easyrtc module version is a fork of
easyrtc hosted on Github originally made by
Priologic Software Inc. and available here: https://github.com/priologic/easyrtc
This fork of
easyrtc module named
open-easyrtc starts at version
2.0.0 in case previous the repository decides to pick up work again on version
Try a Live Demo Here:
- Install EasyRTC's WebRTC Server on your own Linux, Windows, or Mac server in minutes not days.
- Use our EasyRTC API and sample application code to build and deploy your WebRTC app in hours not weeks.
- EasyRTC is completely free and open source under a BSD 2 license. No usage costs or other hidden fees.
Installation In A Nutshell
- Install Node.js
- Download the EasyRTC distribution from github (https://github.com/open-easyrtc/open-easyrtc.git)
npm installin the easyrtc directory.
- Enter the easyrtc/server_example directory by executing
npm installin the server_example directory.
- Start EasyRTC by running
node server.jswhile in the server_example directory.
- Browse the examples using a WebRTC enabled browser. (defaults to port
Important note: Chrome will not grant access to local microphones or cameras for a page served using http except for the localhost case. See the docs/easyrtc_server_ssl.md file for instructions on serving files using https.
Step by step instructions including additional setup options can be found in
Note: there is no corresponding need to install the client files specifically; they were installed as part of EasyRTC in step 3.
All documentation can be found within the docs folder.
Note: Links marked with an asterisk (*) use the third-party service http://htmlpreview.github.io to render HTML.
Install instructions for Ubuntu, Windows, and Mac
Using Server Events
EasyRTC Client API
Client API tutorial
Client API (lite)*
Client File Transfer API (lite)*
Frequently asked questions
ICE, TURN, STUN Configuration
Serving with SSL
Serving next to IIS or Apache
Common WebRTC problems
Common EasyRTC problems (and solutions)
Server/Client Message Types
- / (root)
- Licenses and package information
- Client API files including easyrtc.js
- EasyRTC live demos and example code
- Documentation for using the API and running the server
- Required libraries
- Required node.js modules
- This folder will be created during the install
- A simple server example
EasyRTC comes with a number of demo's which work immediately after installation.
- Video and/or Audio connections
- Multi-party video chat
- Text Messaging with or without Data Channels
- Screen and tab sharing
- File transfer
- Client side video recording
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Copyright (c) 2016, Priologic Software Inc. All rights reserved.
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