04 October 2015
Once again, I have to be french and complain again, sorry.
WebRTC, by definition, is amazing. It allow you to establish connections between browsers and have peer to peer connections. So after a little issue with my personal project Liwe (Rackspace crashed my server, impossible for them to restore it, so I moved to OpenShift which is free) I decided to start to implement WebRTC to it. I had to discover the API, which I was expecting more difficult, but still not that easy.
To establish a RTC connection here is the process:
There’s something I hate in this procedure: why we need to reuse signaling to send the answer to the browser A while we could use the information from the offer to establish the connection.
This force us to have a persistant connection between the browser A and the signaling server. Otherwise we could use a simple RESTful API to connect browsers. There’s always a first which create the entry point, then the second computer would just need to grab the offer to make a connection.
Or I’m completely wrong. I wish I am completely wrong.