Juan Fernando Villa Hernández 7 years ago updated by M. Cecil Dietz 7 years ago 3

WebRTC is a new open framework for the web that enables Real Time Communications in the browser. Moreover it enables the voice calling, video chat, and P2P file sharing without plugins for browser-to-browser applications. WebRTC offers web application developers the ability to write realtime multimedia applications like video chat on the web, without requiring plugins, downloads or installs. It's purpose is to help build a strong RTC platform that works across multiple web browsers and multiple platforms. The major component of the WebRTC are: getUserMedia, PeerConnection, DataChannels. The first allows a web browser to access the camera and microphone. The second sets up audio/video calls. The last one allows browsers to share data via peer-to-peer. Do you imagine this in GLPI? It's JUST AWESOME!

What data would GLPI want to share via peer-to-peer?

Please give some examples of use cases that would benefit from WebRTC P2P feature.

Right! ok Chat it's good one. Voip a better one, but most important is the posibility of video conference between technicians..


All I was really looking for was chat, see http://glpi.userecho.com/topic/933230-imchat-feature-to-createupdate-tickets/. It looks like this could provide additional functionality like file transfer for screenshots, installers, etc.