The rtc-core package includes a number of core types and constants that are used across the rtc.io suite.
A browser detection helper for accessing prefix-free versions of the various WebRTC types.
If you wanted to get the native
RTCPeerConnection prototype in any browser
you could do the following:
var detect = require('rtc-core/detect'); // also available in rtc/detect var RTCPeerConnection = detect('RTCPeerConnection');
This would provide whatever the browser prefixed version of the
RTCPeerConnection is available (
Respond appropriately to options that are passed to packages like
rtc-quickconnect and trigger a
callback (error first) with iceServer
The function looks for either of the following keys in the options, in the following order or precedence:
ice- this can either be an array of ice server values or a generator function (in the same format as this function). If this key contains a value then any servers specified in the
iceServerskey (2) will be ignored.
iceServers- an array of ice server values.
This is a simple, cross-browser method for resetting a media element back to a initial state after having media attached.
A simple helper function that will monitor
and wait until a connected
iceConnectionState has been triggered (either
completed). Once this state has been achieved the event
listener will be removed and a callback fired.
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