These are some of the design and architecture requirements that an application has to fulfill in order to use the Room API:
- include the SDK module to its dependencies list
- create an instance of one of the two Room Manager types by
providing implementations for the following interfaces:
- develop the client-side of the application for devices that support WebRTC (hint: or use our client-js library and take a look at the demo’s client implementation)
- design a room signaling protocol that will be used between the clients and
the server (hint: or use the WebSockets API from
- implement a server-side handler for client messages, that will use the
RoomManagerto process these requests (hint: we provide a JSON-RPC handler in
- choose a response and notification mechanism for the communication with the
clients (hint: JSON-RPC notification service from
About the technology stacks that can or should be used to implement a Rooms application:
- WebSockets as transport for messages between the server and the clients (and maybe JSON-RPC for the messages format).
- Spring Boot for the easy configuration and integration with some of Kurento’s modules. It also provides a WebSockets library.
And of course, the main requirement is at least one installation of the Kurento Media Server that has to be accessible from the room application.