Successfully build your very own scalable WebRTC infrastructure quickly and efficiently
About This Book
- Build a feature-rich WebRTC client application and set up an Intelligent Network
- Make a real-time communication architecture through various modules, illustrations, and explanations with example code snippets
Who This Book Is For
This book is for programmers who want to learn about real-time communication and utilize the full potential of WebRTC. It is assumed that you have working knowledge of setting up a basic telecom infrastructure as well as basic programming and scripting knowledge.
WebRTC enables real-time communication across the Web and with the whole telecom world behind a single button on a web page. WebRTC promises to bring new reforms and innovation for IP telephony. WebRTC comes with numerous integration features, such as new standards for VoIP services, call control applications, profile and phonebook management, and much more.
This book covers all aspects of building a standalone WebRTC communication platform, making a WebRTC SIP-based Communicator, and shows you how to overcome challenges. It also describes the integration of Rich Services such as voicemail, conference calls, and file transfers, as well as call control mechanisms such as screening and routing. The book then takes you through building a WebRTC project and its integration in the access, network, and service layers of IMS. The book ends with the creation of a commercial-quality web application capable of setting and receiving calls, messages, and conference calls, and other numerous services.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Running WebRTC with and without SIP
Chapter 2: Making a Standalone WebRTC Communication Client
Chapter 3: WebRTC with SIP and IMS
Chapter 4: WebRTC Integration with Intelligent Network
Chapter 5: WebRTC Integration with PSTN
Chapter 6: Basic Features of WebRTC over SIP
Chapter 7: WebRTC with Industry Standard Frameworks
Chapter 8: WebRTC and Rich Communication Services
Chapter 9: Native SIP Application and Interaction with WebRTC Clients
Chapter 10: Other WebRTC Use Cases