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WebRTC data connection testing, works in both Chrome and Firefox but not expected to between until they gain interop (and this only communicates within a single page anyway…) You'll likely need to host "somewhere" (e.g. `python -m SimpleHTTPServer`) rather than opening file directly.
<!doctype html>
<html>
<head>
<meta charset="utf-8">
<title>WebRTC p2p data</title>
<script src="https://webrtc-samples.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/apprtc/js/adapter.js"></script>
</head>
<body>
Testing WebRTC connection.
<button id=msg1 type=button>PC1 -> PC2</button>
<button id=msg2 type=button>PC2 -> PC1</button>
<script>
/* See also:
http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/webrtc/basics/
https://code.google.com/p/webrtc-samples/source/browse/trunk/apprtc/index.html
https://webrtc-demos.appspot.com/html/pc1.html
*/
var cfg = {"iceServers":[{"url":"stun:23.21.150.121"}]},
con = { 'optional': [{'DtlsSrtpKeyAgreement': true}, {'RtpDataChannels': true }] };
// createDataChannel needs `open /Applications/Google\ Chrome\ Canary.app --args --enable-data-channels` :-(
/* THIS IS ALICE, THE CALLER/SENDER */
var pc1 = new RTCPeerConnection(cfg, con),
dc1 = null, tn1 = null;
function setupDC1() {
try {
dc1 = pc1.createDataChannel('test', {reliable:false});
console.log("Created datachannel (pc1)");
dc1.onmessage = function (e) {
console.log("Got message (pc1)", e.data);
}
} catch (e) { console.warn("No data channel (pc1)", e); }
}
// Chrome needs us to do set up the data channel right away, for Firefox see below
// see https://webrtc-demos.appspot.com/html/dc1.html
if (!pc1.connectDataConnection) setupDC1();
getUserMedia({'audio':true, fake:true}, function (stream) {
console.log("Got local audio", stream);
pc1.addStream(stream);
//tn1 = pc1.createDTMFSender(pc1.getLocalStreams()[0].getAudioTracks()[0])
pc1.createOffer(function (offerDesc) {
console.log("Got offer", offerDesc);
pc1.setLocalDescription(offerDesc);
handleOfferFromPC1(offerDesc);
}, function () { console.warn("No create offer"); });
}, function () { console.warn("No audio"); });
pc1.onicecandidate = function (e) {
console.log("ICE candidate (pc1)", e);
if (e.candidate) handleCandidateFromPC1(e.candidate)
};
function handleAnswerFromPC2(answerDesc) {
pc1.setRemoteDescription(answerDesc);
// WORKAROUND: Firefox currently needs us to set up a special connection thingy (2013/02/26)
// see http://mozilla.github.com/webrtc-landing/data_test.html
// and https://hacks.mozilla.org/2012/11/progress-update-on-webrtc-for-firefox-on-desktop/
// and http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14134090/how-is-a-webrtc-peer-connection-established)
if (pc1.connectDataConnection) {
pc1.connectDataConnection(9876, 5432);
pc1.onconnection = setupDC1;
}
}
function handleCandidateFromPC2(iceCandidate) {
pc1.addIceCandidate(iceCandidate);
}
document.getElementById('msg1').addEventListener('click', function () {
if (tn1) tn1.insertDTMF('123213');
if (dc1) dc1.send("ping");
}, false);
/* THIS IS BOB, THE ANSWERER/RECEIVER */
var pc2 = new RTCPeerConnection(cfg, con),
dc2 = null;
pc2.ondatachannel = function (e) {
var datachannel = e.channel || e; // Chrome sends event, FF sends raw channel
console.log("Received datachannel (pc2)", arguments);
dc2 = datachannel;
dc2.onmessage = function (e) {
console.log("Got message (pc2)", e.data);
}
}
function handleOfferFromPC1(offerDesc) {
pc2.setRemoteDescription(offerDesc);
pc2.createAnswer(function (answerDesc) {
console.log("Got answer", answerDesc);
pc2.setLocalDescription(answerDesc);
handleAnswerFromPC2(answerDesc);
if (pc2.connectDataConnection) pc2.connectDataConnection(5432, 9876);
}, function () { console.warn("No create answer"); });
}
pc2.onicecandidate = function (e) {
console.log("ICE candidate (pc2)", e);
if (e.candidate) handleCandidateFromPC2(e.candidate)
};
function handleCandidateFromPC1(iceCandidate) {
pc2.addIceCandidate(iceCandidate);
}
pc2.onaddstream = function (e) {
console.log("Got remote stream", e);
var el = new Audio();
el.autoplay = true;
attachMediaStream(el, e.stream);
}
document.getElementById('msg2').addEventListener('click', function () {
if (dc2) dc2.send("pong");
}, false);
</script>
</body>
</html>
@rosone

can't make it talk from chrome to FF or from FF to chrome. any idea?

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