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spreed - 📞😀 Video & audio calls for Nextcloud

  •    Javascript

Please read the Code of Conduct. This document offers some guidance to ensure Nextcloud participants can cooperate effectively in a positive and inspiring atmosphere, and to explain how together we can strengthen and support each other.For more information please review the guidelines for contributing to this repository.

impress-server - A node server that allows you to share an impress

  •    Javascript

Impress-server enables you to share an impress.js presentation with other users. It is not only a remote control, but every user who opens the presentation while it is in presentation mode, will have the state of the presentation synced in real time to his browser. In our company we permanently have video conferences with customers. Whenever we want to run a presentation for them we have to do this via a screen sharing tool. Screen sharing is fine but the quality is poor and it uses a lot of bandwith. With impress-server you can run a remote presentation with nearly no bandwidth useage at all and in full impress.js quality.




opentok-ios-sdk-samples - Example applications that use the OpenTok iOS SDK

  •    Objective-C

This repository is meant to provide some examples for you to better understand the features of the OpenTok iOS SDK. The sample applications are meant to be used with the latest version of the OpenTok iOS SDK. Feel free to copy and modify the source code herein for your own projects. Please consider sharing your modifications with us, especially if they might benefit other developers using the OpenTok iOS SDK. See the License for more information. Get values for your OpenTok API key, session ID, and token. See Obtaining OpenTok Credentials for important information.

OpenTokRTC-V2 - OpenTok demo application, version 2.

  •    Javascript

OpenTokRTC is your private web-based video conferencing solution. It is based on the TokBox OpenTok platform and uses the OpenTok SDKs and API. You can deploy OpenTokRTC on your servers to get your own Google Hangouts alternative running on WebRTC. This repository contains a Node.js server and a web client application.

accelerator-core-js - Accelerator Core provides a simple way to integrate real-time audio/video into your web application using the OpenTok Platform

  •    Javascript

To start using audio/video communication with OpenTok's libraries go to Using Accelerator Core. To implement a more granular and complex management for OpenTok's session you can check Using Accelerator Core JS with SDK Wrapper. There are two sample applications for Core . The React sample application was built with Create React App and uses webpack to transpile code. The other sample application is built with vanilla JavaScript.


cordova-plugin-hipmob-android - Hipmob Phonegap Plugin for Android

  •    Java

The Hipmob Cordova plugin for Android provides Phonegap applications access to helpdesk, live chat and support CRM tools using the Hipmob platform. For more information visit https://www.hipmob.com. It is compatible with Android 2.1 and higher, and works on versions of Cordova greater than 2.9.0.

accelerator-screen-sharing-js - Accelerator Screen Sharing JS provides an easy way to get started in implementing interoperable screen sharing using the OpenTok platform

  •    Javascript

The OpenTok Screensharing Accelerator Pack provides functionality you can add to your OpenTok applications that enables users to share the screen. This section shows you how to use the accelerator pack. Click here for a list of all OpenTok accelerator packs.

multiparty-meeting - Multiparty web-meetings using mediasoup and WebRTC

  •    Javascript

A WebRTC meeting service using mediasoup as its backend. Try it online at https://akademia.no. You can add /roomname to the URL for specifying a room.

AndroidScreenCaster - A live android screen caster which encoding media by h264,webm via TCP and UDP with low latency

  •    Java

I'm currently in charge of test automation team. We try to make possible functional testing for mobile games. While we're working on it, we needed to mirror live android screen to web browser. The first approach was MJPEG. We captured entire screen and sent it over network in every very short period. Surely, it was ineffiecient, slow and huge. The first approach was helpful anyway to prove our concept of system, though. The second approach was encoding our media data by using well known codecs such as h264 and vp8. It ended up a success anyway. However, it was hard to find code examples. I mostly refer to android googlesource(specially media test cases). I hope this project helps you to save your time and understand concept of live screen casting on Android.

myscreen.live - P2P Screen Sharing with WebRTC

  •    TypeScript

The www/ folder contains the source for the https://myscreen.live. It is a very simple site. The HTML files are in www/dist/. The single index.js file they reference in the same folder is built by webpack from the TypeScript sources in www/src/. To build the www/dist/index.js file, simply run npm run build from the www folder. The entirety of www/dist is what should be committed to the gh-pages branch.

opentok-rtc - OpenTok demo application

  •    Javascript

OpenTokRTC is your private web-based video conferencing solution. It is based on the TokBox OpenTok platform and uses the OpenTok SDKs and API. You can deploy OpenTokRTC on your servers to get your own Google Hangouts alternative running on WebRTC. This repository contains a Node.js server and a web client application.

Pade - Pàdé (Yoruba word for Meet) is a web browser extension and a unified communications client for Openfire Meetings

  •    Javascript

Pàdé is the Yoruba word for "Meet". Pàdé (the "p" is pronounced explosively) is the renamed Openfire Meetings Chrome Extension. It is a unified communications client for Openfire Meetings and uses the following front end web applications. On your Openfire server, you will need at least the two Openfire Meetings (download from here) plugins and the bookmarks (download from here) plugin. If you are running an Openfire server lower than 4.2, you will also need the websocket plugin.






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