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WebRTC P2P connection


RikyTres
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Hi everyone. I need to create a webApp for video call between two computers using a browser without plug-in. I have to use WebRTC to make this. While searching information about this, I found out a lot of exemples and demos, but i don't understand how the connection works.What's kind of parameters I have to pass to RTCPeerConnection() to create a connection between two my computer both in same LAN? Thanks for the help.

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Since this is so new, it's probably best to just inspect their demo and see what it's doing. You can put a breakpoint on the line where they create the RTCPeerConnection object to see what parameters are being passed to it, for example.
Thanks for the quickly answer!I never thought to use a breakpoint... I'm gonna try!
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I keep trying to understand! I found out some problems with JavaScript syntax.Could someone explain me this code portion?

{...var pc1 = new RTCPeerConnection(servers);var pc2 = new RTCPeerConnection(servers);...pc1.createOffer(gotDescription1);	//why is gotDescription1 invoked without any parameter?...} function gotDescription1(desc){  pc1.setLocalDescription(desc);  trace("Offer from pc1 \n" + desc.sdp);  pc2.setRemoteDescription(desc);  pc2.createAnswer(gotDescription2);}

I don't understand what is the values of "desc" parameter in the gotDescription1(desc){}

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The line with the comment does not execute the function, it passes the function to whatever createOffer is. createOffer does something with the function, maybe it sets the function as a callback for something else or just executes it. desc looks like it's an object, but that's all I could say without setting a breakpoint in that function and looking at it, or finding where the function gets called from.

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