You can now build your WebRTC app on Talky

Starting today, SimpleWebRTC users will have access to a sample app based on our widely used video collaboration tool, Talky.

This means if you're building a new WebRTC app, using Talky as a starting point means you've now got a much more complete and battle-tested user experience out of the box.

Talky was first released in February 2013 (under its original name, It started as a demo app showcasing the first version of SimpleWebRTC. Since that time, our team has made a lot of revisions—both to Talky and to SimpleWebRTC itself.

We've had a six year journey of iteratively building upon and improving our platform, which has ultimately become SimpleWebRTC. Since that time, we've served many clients, helping them integrate WebRTC into their applications. And beginning last year, developers have been doing so themselves as they integrated the heart of what we've built with Talky into their applications using SimpleWebRTC.

For the past year, the infrastructure both Talky and SimpleWebRTC run on have been identical, but they have used a slightly different flavor of frontend.

There's a few minor things we want to do before we fully migrate the production version of Talky to this version, but starting now you check out the sample app and view the source on GitHub here. If you want to see it in action before it hits prime time, try out the 100% SimpleWebRTC version of Talky here.

And if you're looking to just take Talky and white label it for your app, you can do that now. All you'll need is a SimpleWebRTC account. No credit card required to get started.

If you have ideas for how you might customize Talky to fit your app's needs and want help with customization, we're here and ready to help.

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