With WebRTC, Real-Time Communications Come to the Browser

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Developer tools, meanwhile, include the PhonoSDK from Voxeo Labs, which can be used to build robust voice and messaging applications with WebRTC on any browser, and the WebRTC Internals testing and logging tool built into Google Chrome.

Chris Minnick runs a Web design and development company and regularly teaches HTML5 classes for Ed2Go. Ed Tittel is a full-time freelance writer and consultant who specializes in Web markup languages, information security and Windows OSes. Together, Minnick and Tittel are the authors of the forthcoming book Beginning Programming with HTML5 and CSS3 For Dummiesas well as numerous other books.

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