yes. this is important, even if only for testing.
my [semi]current test setup for jssip resorts to webdriver testing because the WebRTC is not completely decoupled
i guess these updates would allow me to test call functionality completely within the node runtime without scrounging around for WebRTC mocks?
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For both of my questions below I will link options from previous discussions; any experience you can share would be appreciated.
1) What is the best option to implement a server that can tie into WebRTC for audio/video/screensharing?
https://github.com/mappum/electron-webrtc - simple but bulky Node.js WebRTC via a hidden Electron process
https://chromium.googlesource.com/external/webrtc - C++ Chromium WebRTC
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-videobridge - Java video conferencing
https://github.com/Kurento/kurento-media-server | https://github.com/OpenVidu/openvidu - Node.js media server transitioning after Twilio hired key devs
https://www.wowza.com/products/capabilities/webrtc-streaming... - commercial; in preview
2) What is the best minimal WebRTC server-side option just for UDP?
https://github.com/js-platform/node-webrtc - Node.js native module with mystical pre-built binaries
https://github.com/HumbleNet/HumbleNet/ - C++ Mozilla + Humble Bundle code drop that does signalling via WebSockets (instead of STUN/TURN/ICE?)
https://github.com/rawrtc/rawrtc - C with CLI examples; media someday? https://github.com/rawrtc/rawrtc/issues/4
https://github.com/seemk/WebUdp - prototype C++ WebRTC datachannel server for Linux looking for help
https://github.com/brkho/client-server-webrtc-example - C++ MVP using Chromium WebRTC http://blog.brkho.com/2017/03/15/dive-into-client-server-web...
 A real world guide to WebRTC | https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14787285 (Jul 2017, 59 comments)
Which leads to the wonderful UX that if a user adds your website that uses WebRTC to the homescreen, you need to catch a TypeError from getUserMedia being undefined, and display a modal to them telling them to delete the homescreen shortcut and always type in the URL if they want to use the website.
But either way it's a really shitty move in my opinion.
https://github.com/meetecho/janus-gateway C WebRTC Gateway