WebRTC in the real world: signaling, TURN and STUN

New on HTML5 Rocks: a detailed look at building servers for WebRTC.

html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/webrtc/infrastructure

New on HTML5 Rocks: WebRTC infrastructure

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About Sam Dutton

I am a Developer Advocate for Google Chrome. I grew up in rural South Australia, went to university in Sydney, and have lived since 1986 in London, England. Twitter: @SW12
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One Response to WebRTC in the real world: signaling, TURN and STUN

  1. Moïse Zapater says:

    Hi Sam, I’ve a dummy and probalby out-dated question. Is there today a way to tunnel the media in webrtc communication through a web proxy. In your article media is always going directly to peer but never goes through web proxies.

    Thanks,

    Moïse

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