The Chromium team today announced that WebRTC is now integrated in the Chrome browser available on the dev channel. WebRTC was open sourced this past summer, and today the WebRTC API and its underlying components are now available on the Chrome dev channel.
If you want to enable WebRTC — please switch to the Chrome Dev Channel by following the instructions. Then start Chrome with this switch: “–enable-media-stream”
Adding Enbom said “WebRTC is still evolving, and we’re receiving feedback from the standards process in W3C and IETF and there are already plenty of apps in development. For example, companies like Polycom, Vonage, Vehix.com, Firespotter, Siemens, Nimbuzz and PCCW are currently actively developing browser based solutions using WebRTC.”
If you are interested to learn more on how you can use WebRTC in your app, review this documentation. And, the source code at webrtc.org includes a sample application. Follow these instructions to download and run it.
Enbom said that they are also working on a AppEngine hosted demo that will be up shortly.