Mozilla shows WebRTC browser-based video calling
The WebRTC branch of Firefox is currently undergoing further development under the code name "alder"; information about the project, including source code, can be found on the project's Mercurial page. According to Mozilla's Anant Narayanan, this feature is expected to be completed within the next few months – basic support for WebRTC should be available in the Nightly builds of Firefox by the end of the second quarter.
Google has also demonstrated several WebRTC features, including an "InfoBar" showing permissions for accessing the camera and microphone.
- WebRTC now in Chrome's development channel, a report from The H.
- Google open source WebRTC for open video/audio chat, a report from The H.