You’ve done the research. WebRTC is secure and it has the features you want. Voice, video, and screen-sharing with widespread browser and mobile support with seamless functionality for users. It seems too good to be true, and unfortunately, it is.
On the ~2013 version of the SimpleWebRTC site, we said, “You can build cool stuff with WebRTC in five minutes.” And that’s true! You can build great, fun demo-ware with our legacy open source tools. Then there’s the laundry list of complexities and edge-cases involved in making your service production quality.
Using WebRTC effectively in your website or application can be bang-your-head-on-the-desk hard if you want users to have a high quality, reliable experience. Even for our team of experts, some of who’ve been building realtime applications for 20 years, this stuff is hard. And creating a solid UX? Get ready to invest time by the bucketful. There are a hundred edge cases to cover in a single “hair check” screen.
SimpleWebRTC is a collection of components that allow React developers to seamlessly integrate WebRTC into their app or website.
* Screen sharing available in Chrome and Firefox
Really. We’ll take care of the rest. Secure streaming video, voice, and screen-sharing, hosted by us, in your website or application.
We’ll handle the UX edge cases. We’ll handle the uptime. We’ll take care of the annoying boring parts so you can focus on building and scaling your awesome idea.
No credit card needed.
Prepay for one year and receive 10% off your subscription!
Our developers will build your realtime features to your specifications, and help you through the process of integrating them into your application.
We’ll have SimpleWebRTC experts available to answer questions and assist with development and maintenance, even after your product has been released.
Looking for a custom plan? Need help with development? Drop us a line to discuss additional options.
We guarantee 99% uptime. If we fail to meet that standard, we’ll credit your subscription during the month the outage occurred.
We’d love to hear what you’re working on and how we might be able to help.