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First Step Toward Chrome Integration

posted Jun 18, 2011, 5:07 PM by Jan Linden   [ updated Jun 20, 2011, 6:25 AM by Serge Lachapelle ]
As a first significant step toward integrating the WebRTC project into Chrome the WebRTC code is now about to land in Chromium as third party software at src/third_party/webrtc. This means that the crucial media processing capabilities necessary to implement real-time communication are available as a part of Chromium.

We are working hard to complete the remaining steps for a full integration in Chromium and Chrome including JavaScript APIs in WebKit and handling of the native audio and video capture and rendering. When we are done, any web developer shall be able to create RTC applications, like the Google Talk client in Gmail, without using any plugins but only WebRTC components that runs in the sandbox.

Update 6/20/2010: Fixed Font.
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