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Pion WebRTC - A pure Go implementation of the WebRTC API

  •    Go

Pion is the Modern Stack for Web Real-Time Communication. It implements the WebRTC API. Spend more time building and less time learning a new API. Its feature include PeerConnection API support for DataChannels, Send/Receive audio and video, Renegotiation. It provides API with direct RTP/RTCP access, API also allows developer to pass their own packetizer, Opus, PCM, H264, VP8 and VP9 packetizer, Sender/Receiver Reports, Easy integration with x264, libvpx, GStreamer and ffmpeg and lot more.

amazon-ivs-basic-web-sample - This repository contains a collection of plain JavaScript code samples, covering several basic Amazon IVS use cases

  •    Javascript

This repository contains a collection of plain JavaScript code samples, covering several basic Amazon IVS use cases. This project is intended for education purposes only and not for production usage. Shows how to leverage Amazon IVS's playerSDK APIs to implement custom player controls (Play/Pause, Mute/Unmute, Quality selection).




amazon-ivs-ecommerce-ios-demo - A demo iPhone application intended as an educational tool for demonstrating how Amazon IVS can be used to build a compelling customer experience for eCommerce use-cases

  •    Swift

A demo iOS application intended as an educational tool for demonstrating how Amazon IVS can be used to build a compelling customer experience for eCommerce use-cases. This project is intended for education purposes only and not for production usage.

amazon-ivs-ecommerce-web-demo - This repository shows how you can build a compelling eCommerce experience with Amazon IVS

  •    Javascript

A demo web application intended as an educational tool for demonstrating how Amazon IVS, in conjunction with other AWS services, can be used to build a compelling customer experience for eCommerce use-cases. This project is intended for education purposes only and not for production usage.

amazon-ivs-feed-web-demo - This repository shows how you can build a compelling social feed experience of auto-player live streams with Amazon IVS

  •    Javascript

A demo web application intended as an educational tool for demonstrating how you can build a very simple scrolling feed app, load and auto-play Amazon IVS live streams as users scroll down the page. This project was bootstrapped with Create React App. This project is intended for education purposes only and not for production usage.

amazon-ivs-simple-chat-web-demo - This repository contains a basic live chat implementation built with WebSockets, that can be used in conjunction with Amazon IVS to build compelling customer experiences for live video streams with chat use cases

  •    CSS

A demo web application intended as an educational tool for demonstrating how you can build a very simple Chat backend. In conjunction with Amazon IVS, it can be used to build a compelling customer experience for live streams with chat use-cases. This project is intended for education purposes only and not for production usage.


amazon-ivs-ugc-web-demo - This repository shows how you can build a compelling user-generated content (UGC) live streaming webapp with Amazon IVS

  •    Javascript

A demo web application intended as an educational tool for demonstrating how customers can use Amazon IVS and other AWS services to create a basic web application with user authentication, a listing of live channels, and live stream playback. This project is intended for education purposes only and not for production usage.

amazon-ivs-mini-player-web-demo - This repository shows how you can implement a "floating"/mini-player on page scroll with Amazon IVS

  •    Javascript

A demo web application intended as an educational tool for demonstrating how you can implement a mini-player ("floating player") as a React component, using the Amazon IVS Player SDK. This project is intended for education purposes only and not for production usage.






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