You often need to add a real-time media communication feature directly between the browser and devices in your application. For instance, you might be developing a new audio/video call application or adding it as a feature to an existing application.
Before 2011, you would have to use plugins or other means to implement this. But now, you can do this using WebRTC.
The set of standards that makes up the WebRTC allows to share data and perform peer-to-peer teleconferencing without the need of installing additional plugins.
There are various reasons why you should use WebRTC for real-time communication. Let’s take a look at some of them.