Kranky Geek is coming to India on a 3 city WebRTC tour this March - covering Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai. We will also have workshops on building RTC apps with TokBox in each city. Grab your seat!
WebRTC allows peers to see and talk to each other worldwide in real-time. It can look and sound like magic at the outset, till you learn to wield it.
You can use events triggered by OpenTok client SDKs to show the number of active participants in a multi-party WebRTC call running on TokBox, entirely on the client-side. Here is how.
A quick review on building a basic WebRTC multi-party conference using Red5 Pro media streaming server.