Licode-ErizoClientIOS - IOS Erizo client library for Licode WebRTC Framework

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1- Stands for Licode's compatible version/release or e which means Edge. 2- Stands for Erizo-IOS API versioning.

https://github.com/zevarito/Licode-ErizoClientIOS

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