Sean-Der released this
Dec 23, 2018
· 6 commits to master since this release
This is the third public release of pion-WebRTC, thanks for trying it out!
We hope you have as much fun using it and we did making it. Thank you so much to everyone that contributed, the code and bug reports of the community are what makes it all possible.
This release adding the following features
Raw RTP Input You can now supply RTP packets directly. Instead of parsing and rebuilding packets you can just forward. This should improve performance for this use case, and will make code simpler. Implemented by Michael MacDonald
Allow adding Trickle-ICE candidates ICE candidates can now be added at any time, making pion-WebRTC compatible with WebRTC implementations that use trickle ICE like Chromium and FireFox. Implement by Michael MacDonald
Implement RTCP Reception The API now provides code to emit and handle RTCP packets, allowing you to build applications that interact and emit RTCP packets. Implemented by Woodrow Douglass
Transport refactor The internals of pion-WebRTC have been completely rewritten. This allows us to move subsystems to their own packages, cleaner code and fixed bugs along the way! Soon we should be able to provide ICE, SRTP, SCTP and more libraries for general use. We also now can explore alternative APIs like ORTC. Implemented by Michiel De Backker
Go native DTLS We are now 100% Go, removing our last C dependency (OpenSSL) We also now are able to provide a DTLS implementation to the greater community and are really excited about all the opportunities it opens up. Implemented by Michiel De Backker and Sean DuBois
Improve SRTP code and add auth tag checking Fixed a bug where wrong SRTP keys were used, in some cases video would fail to decode. Also expanded the SRTP code to do tag checking Implemented by Tobias Fridén
Add go-fuzz support to RTCP, and discovered crash in RTP code Implemented by Max Hawkins
We ship with the following demos you can base your application off of.
To see what features are planned in the future, please see our roadmap
Sean-Der released this
Jul 4, 2018
This is the first public release of pion-WebRTC. Thank you for checking it out!
pion-WebRTC is not finished, but ships with the following features
We also ship with the following demos you can base your application off of.