WebRTC allows developers to add real-time voice calls, video chats and file
sharing to their web apps without the need for plug-ins. Chrome and Firefox
now support this proposed standard, and there is a good chance others will
follow suit at some point. Given the experimental nature of WebRTC and some of
its implementations, though, most Internet users haven't actually seen it in
action, and getting it to run on your own site still takes quite a bit of work
despite projects like Conversat.io and others. If you would like to give
WebRTC a try and embed a WebRTC-based video chat widget on your own site, the
developers over at the Boston-based UI and UX design firm Fresh Tilled Soil
just launched an embeddable WebRTC-based video chat widget that you can use.
We embedded the chat below: Just like most similar projects, all you have to
do is decide on a channel name, share it with a friend and you should be up
and running a few seconds later. That is, of course, if you are using a
compatible browser. For now, you need to use the latest stable version of
Chrome on the ...