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Safari SFU

Safari SFU

Finally! Safari and SFU became good fellows. eyeson is based on this great aproach of Single-Stream-Technology. All participants are basically merged into one audio/video stream that opens a great window of advantages. This technique is called MCU (”Multipoint Control Unit”). Some time ago, eyeson introduced a new mode called SFU (”Selective Forwarding Unit”) to directly send your audio/video stream to your video call participant and vice versa. This mode is only activated when 2 people have a video call.

Build a Video Interface with JavaScript and WebRTC

Build a Video Interface with JavaScript and WebRTC

WebRTC provides a modern approach to enable real time communication from all major browser without the need of any plugins or extensions. Using WebRTC and the eyeson JavaScript library you can build your own web interface without the need of managing connections or hardware devices. It also provides a powerful API to handle recordings, screen sharing, broadcasts, media into video injection, or group chats. This article provides an introduction on how to setup your own web based video client application and describes ways to enhance any video and audio call with additional features.

Using SpeechRecognition via Browser

Using SpeechRecognition via Browser

With no doubt JavaScript has become an elementary driving force for the Internet resulting in incredibly fast development and great success for the web. A lot of new and interesting JavaScript WebAPIs have become available and many of them are supported by major browsers. In this blog post we’ll explore the Web Speech API to be used for speech recognition. Progressive enhancement Speak My Language Iterim Results, Grammar and other Options When to Use Coding Example Browser Support Conclusion Progressive enhancement The speech API is still experimental and may not be available in every user agent or at least not fully working.