This is the Windows app named PeerJS whose latest release can be downloaded as Release1.3.2.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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PeerJS wraps the browser's WebRTC implementation to provide a complete, configurable, and easy-to-use peer-to-peer connection API. Equipped with nothing but an ID, a peer can create a P2P data or media stream connection to a remote peer. To broker connections, PeerJS connects to a PeerServer. Note that no peer-to-peer data goes through the server. The server acts only as a connection broker. If you don't want to run your own PeerServer, we offer a free cloud-hosted version of PeerServer. PeerServer is open source and is written in node.js. You can easily run your own. PeerJS simplifies peer-to-peer data, video, and audio calls. Add the PeerJS client library to your webpage. The Peer object is where we create and receive connections. PeerJS uses PeerServer for session metadata and candidate signaling. Every Peer object is assigned a random, unique ID when it's created.
- PeerJS has the BinaryPack serialization format built-in
- You can send any JSON type as well as binary Blobs and ArrayBuffers
- Simply send arbitrary data and you'll get it out the other side
- For client identification, we provide you the ability to pass in your own peer IDs
- Anytime another peer attempts to connect to your peer ID, you'll receive a connection event
- PeerJS uses PeerServer for session metadata and candidate signaling
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