When Google and Mozilla are working together on WebRTC

The web is a jungle, it is a fact, but sometimes large firms officiating on the field began to work hand in hand. Google and Mozilla just proved once again making a video on the WebRTC, a video that shows just a Firefox chatting with ... Chrome. This is not necessarily the great revelation of the century, of course, but it's still pretty fun to watch. And if you do not know what the WebRTC, it does not matter because we will just explain the concept.

WebRTC or Web Real-Time Communication for those who are allergic to anagrams, comes in the form of an API dedicated to VoIP and P2P. The idea is simple enough, finally, since the goal of this technology is to simply allow users to easily converse in videoconferencing without having to install any plugins or any applications. Yes, because WebRTC advantage is that it has been designed to work directly in advanced browsers.

What you need to know about it is that it is supported by three big names in the market, namely Google , Mozilla and ... Opera . We can also highlight the fact that it's been a while since the three accomplices are working hard on the subject. Microsoft, for its part, does exactly the same thing, but the Redmond company has opted for a proprietary technology (such as by chance) the name of RTC-WEB. To believe it never draw a lesson from its past.

But the most interesting thing with the WebRTC is that it was designed as a standard and when it will be ready, developers worldwide can integrate their own applications . And this is still cool as it should give life to some very interesting projects, projects that allow us to take advantage of richer services.

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