Hello GuysSo as of late I went back to flexing my muscles on Web Development. I and a couple of friends decided to develop this awesome project built on top of WebRTC APIs.
The project facilitates peer-to-peer video-conferencing, file-sharing,and screen-sharing.It is aimed at large institution that are faced with the issue of travelling lecturers. The project should also facilitate peer-to-peer text communication.
As of now (November 9th 2015),however,text chat does not work-that does not mean it will not;it's work in progress. Video-conferencing works amazingly well,so does screen sharing and file-sharing.
I know you're just itching to get your hands on the code,but,the project I have to admit is very bulky(-thanks to the huge node modules and styles and locally hosted scripts).When am through I promise to host the code on my Github page and edit this blog-post accordingly.
So just a small lap around the project:there's a home page,a login/signup screen ,a profiles page,and and an activities page where you can go ahead and share with your peers.
- I used NodeJS for the back-end(-this project had to be lightweight in functionality)
- MongoDB for storing user credentials
- Passport for authentication
Here's the video ,tell me what you think.