Integrate callstats.io libraries or use us with third-party SDKs like AppRTC, Jitsi, or jsSIP.
AppRTC is a reference WebRTC video chat application built by Google.
Jitsi Meet is an easy way to start building a scalable WebRTC-based service.
Jitsi Videobridge runs thousands of video streams from a single server.
JsSIP is a client side library to build SIP endpoints in Web environments.
TokBox's WebRTC platform for video, voice, messaging and screen sharing.
Pexip Infinity is a virtualized and distributed multipoint conferencing platform.
A simple yet powerful JS library that takes care of WebRTC and SIP signaling for you.
Twilio Voice Client brings high-quality VoIP calling into your web and mobile applications.
Twilio Video is a platform for one-on-one and multi-party voice, chat and video.
An open source platform for e.g team communication, recording and broadcasting.
Voximplant embeds voice and video communication into your web applications.
Integrate your WebRTC SDK or PaaS solution with callstats.io.
A library to monitor Android and Java-based WebRTC apps with callstats.io. Callstats.java also integrates with WebRTC infrastructure.
The callstats.io React Native module can be used to monitor WebRTC traffic in Android and iOS apps built with React Native.
The callstats.io REST API can be used to integrate with any WebRTC application regardless of platform.
Built by Bart Jansen.
A fork of EasyRTC by callstats.io.
Built by Yusuke Naka. Check out the demo app.