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How to Build an Android WebRTC Video and Voice Chat App


How to Build an Android WebRTC Video and Voice Chat App
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We wanted to extend the power of WebRTC to mobile, and in this tutorial, we show you how to build a native video and voice Android WebRTC application. Good news is, just released our new Android WebRTC signaling API, enabling you to build cross-platform web and mobile WebRTC applications.

And along with the API release, our tutorial Building an Android WebRTC Video Chat App on Realtime Weekly, a full code walkthrough on building a mobile chat app. In essence, we’ll build Skype for Android.

PubNub-WebRTC-Overview

In specific, the tutorial covers:

  • Signaling to establish call connection
  • Building the mobile UI
  • Receiving incoming calls
  • Realtime ‘buddy list’ of available call recipients
  • In-app text messaging

Cross-platform WebRTC Video Chat

The Android WebRTC SDK is fully compatible with our JavaScript WebRTC SDK, making our Android app cross-platform. No additional technology is required for mobile-to-web and web-to-mobile video and voice communication.

WebRTC is already a flexible, lightweight API for web-based communication, so when combined with our new Android SDK, you have the makings for a powerful communication app for web and mobile users alike.

Head over to our web demo and send and receive calls to the Android application. Open it up in two browsers, and check out the realtime signaling in-action.

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Building a Chat App with node-webkit, Firebase, and AngularJS


Building a Chat App with node-webkit, Firebase, and AngularJS
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Part 5: BUILDING A CHAT APP WITH CODENAME ONE


via Building A Chat App With Codename One Part 5 – Codename One.

The chat UI is what we’ve been working at and in todays post we are going to build exactly that!

Even better…​ We’ll integrate with Pubnub to make the app almost fully functional as a rudimentary chat app, which is pretty spectacular. In this section we’ll cover UI, storage (externalization), Pubnub & its JSON API…​ We’ll also use InteractionDialog to show notifications of incoming messages…​

Before we get started you will need to login to pubnub.com and sign up for an account where you will get two ID’s necessary when subscribing and pushing.

Build a real-time chat app with Node-RED in 5 minutes


via Build a real-time chat app with Node-RED in 5 minutes.

Node-RED is a new open-source tool created by the IBM Emerging Technology team that lets you build applications by simply wiring pieces together. These pieces can be hardware devices, web APIs, or online services.

Get Started with Meteor by Building a Chat App


via Get Started with Meteor by Building a Chat App | Codementor.

MeteorJS is awesome framework built for developing real-time web apps. Meteor lets developers focus on their application and forget about facing complexity when developing real-time apps (e.g. apps that need to sync and immediately update data to all users).

In this tutorial we will:

  • Download and configure Meteor.
  • Go through the main features of Meteor
  • Run the sample app
  • Understand Meteor’s folder structure.
  • Develop a simple chat application.

You can download sample code here.

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Part 6: Building A Chat App With Codename One


via Building A Chat App With Codename One Part 6 – Codename One.

This will be the last installment of this tutorial which was pretty complete in the previous section already. We might have additional installments mostly for covering enhancements such as “invite a friend” and other similar capabilites but this is probably as good a place as any to finish the app and let you try it live.

Part 4: Building A Chat App With Codename One


Building A Chat App With Codename One Part 4 – This tutorial is starting to get interesting…​. In this section we’ll go deep into animations, special effects, search styling and extracting contacts. In the previous sections we built the first form of the app, logged in and now we need to show the actual login form. Even more importantly we need to show it with … http://ow.ly/32RsUi