Rails Integrate with Webrtc


#1

Hi All,

I need to implement video chat function in my rails application. Could
anyone tell how will do that using Webrtc .


#2

I’d recommend you not to re-invent the wheel and use bbb or appear.in or
talky


#3

I wrote this about it.

http://www.toptal.com/ruby-on-rails/a-year-with-webrtc-lessons-in-startup-engineering

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#4

We have a pretty nice Ruby server-side client and I’ve published a Rails
application that is a little group-wise video call and text chat app.
It
runs on Heroku so you can try it out easily (after you sign up for an
account :slight_smile:

The Rails part is pretty straightforward (User table, authentication
client). Most of the WebRTC hard stuff is in our Javascript API. This
way
you focus on the pages of your app and we take care of the real-time and
video.

Here is some code
https://github.com/sightcall/Communicator

Here is an intro
http://www.sightcall.com/api-sdk/


#5

Tom S. wrote in post #1169725:

We have a pretty nice Ruby server-side client and I’ve published a Rails
application that is a little group-wise video call and text chat app.
It
runs on Heroku so you can try it out easily (after you sign up for an
account :slight_smile:

The Rails part is pretty straightforward (User table, authentication
client). Most of the WebRTC hard stuff is in our Javascript API. This
way
you focus on the pages of your app and we take care of the real-time and
video.

Here is some code
https://github.com/sightcall/Communicator

Here is an intro
http://www.sightcall.com/api-sdk/

I could not open the github repo. Is this private repo or removed from
github?