Some of the important drivers driving the growth of the worldwide web real-time communication market are the cost-effective advantages of Web Real-Time Communication technology, the webification of real-time communication, and the rise in business use of WebRTC technology. In addition, developing nations are spending more on ICT, more people are using smartphones, particularly in Asia-Pacific, internet connectivity is growing, and the necessary internet is being developed. The solution is WebRTC! WebRTC eliminates the server, enabling direct device-to-device communication. A web browser natively includes the feature, enabling direct device-to-device communication without the need for downloads or plug-ins.
designed to make audio, video, and data communication between browsers user-friendly and easy to implement. WebRTC is available in all modern browsers. Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, and Apple Safari support it.
Web real-time communication has three primary concepts: stream, content, and conferencing. Media streams contain audio, video, or text. Most streams contain audio or video tracks. Media streams are used to send live or stored media. Another important concept is RTCDataChannel, which is an interface for binary data exchange. In the future, WebRTC will be compatible with legacy implementations and allow developers to leverage legacy codecs. In the meantime, users can benefit from object-real-time communication.