You as the developer would have to write different code for every browser that you plan to support. The API that it exposes is easy to use and understand which makes it a really great candidate for implementing cross-browser Web RTC. The reality is that there’s always a server which bridges the connection between peers.
Two or more devices can’t just magically create a connection out of thin air.
With the advent of Web RTC and the increasing capacity of browsers to handle peer-to-peer communications in real-time, it’s easier than ever to build real-time applications.
In this tutorial we’ll take a look at Peer JS and how it can make our lives easier when implementing Web RTC.
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