WebRTC – behind the browser

In this blog post I shall discuss how WebRTC works in the browser. Here is the full┬áblog series. The browser abstracts most of the WebRTC complexity behind three primary JavaScript APIs: MediaStream: acquisition of audio and video streams RTCPeerConnection: communication of audio and video data RTCDataChannel: communication of arbitrary application data Connections between two peers... Continue Reading →

Node.js on port 80 on Windows

This is a sequel to my last post. I tried running Node.js server on port 80 on Windows. In my first attempt, I had WAMP Server running on port 80. So i got EADDRINUSE error. I stopped WAMP Server. Node.js app worked on port 80 on Windows.

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