There’s no doubt that video is on the rise, with Facebook alone averaging over 1 billion video views every day. Cisco went so far as to predict that “consumer internet video traffic will be 80% of all consumer Internet traffic in 2019.”

WebRTC is an open-source project that makes it easier for developers like us to build peer-to-peer video chat into websites and applications. Because WebRTC video works in the browser, it’s also great for the end-user, who won’t have to install anything to get started.

With that in mind, Simpleweb is proud to announce that we are now officially a Tokbox Development Partner.

Telefonica-backed industry leader, Tokbox, offers WebRTC services for developers, which means they can embed live video, voice, and messaging to websites and mobile apps. Simpleweb has used Tokbox for a number of projects including live video chat for Twitter users with Nurph and online video tutoring with Tutorhub. Now we’ve seen the possibilities of WebRTC (and learned the ins and outs of how it works), we can’t wait to see what amazing projects Tokbox sends our way next.

Roland Drewell, Senior Business Development Manager at Tokbox said:

“Tokbox loves working with Simpleweb because they understand the huge potential that WebRTC brings in terms of driving user engagement and they are at the forefront of implementing the Tokbox platform across a variety of use cases, notably social media applications, broadcast and education.”

If you need help with your WebRTC video project, get in touch today.

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