Members of our team have been building realtime applications since the late 90s, so when our consulting work with AT&T and Ericcson R&D folks got us involved in WebRTC before it was in browsers, we were all over it. It’s been an interesting ride since then, with lots of stops along the way.
We created the first version of SimpleWebRTC as a collection of modules to make it possible to build WebRTC apps without needing to understand any of the complexity. We built Talky as a showcase of the extremely simple user-focused experience we wanted.
In the four years of working with WebRTC, our team has:
- helped piles of customers create custom realtime apps and services with a focus on UX
- built tools to make it possible to rapidly build powerful realtime apps with simple React components
- created specs and libraries that have empowered developers to build WebRTC applications using tested-and-true signaling standards
- open sourced foundational software that powers scores of applications in production
- solved the missing pieces that enabled the world’s first video call in Chrome, Firefox, and Edge
- contributed to and maintained Google’s open source WebRTC libraries
- documented how other services are using WebRTC through blackbox technical analysis
- enabled users to make millions and millions of video calls for free using Talky
Our clients have included teams both large and small. Here’s a few you may have heard of.
If you’re looking to build or enhance a realtime application, we’re happy to talk to you and see if we can help.
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