Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : T Mugilan | L Sathish  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 04 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 35-37

Abstract – The Real-Time Communications system is to develop a Web Browser (social networking) site through which users can communicate with friends at different location, by using Web RTC (Real-Time Communications) technology, so that can be  enables audio/video streaming and message sharing between browser to browser. As a set of standards, Web RTC provides any browser with the ability to share application data and perform teleconferencing peer to peer connection, without the need to install any plug-ins or third-party software or apps. Currently in development are the Network Stream API, which represents an audio or video stream, and the Peer Connection API, which allows two or more users to communicate browser to browser. Also under development is a Data Channel API that enables communication of other types of data for message chat, real-time gaming, file transfer, and so forth. The proposed system for virtual world approach to the construction and facilitation of communities to practice within the context of social innovation due to the limited computational power and network resources machines are often implemented using massage chat, Achieved by creating peer-to-peer connection. How ever with the help of new technologies it is possible to create a virtual world in a social network. A virtual world can have anything which a human being can do in his real life. Social network and virtual world both combine it creates a new phenomenon for the users to get live message passing connection between them.

Keywords— P2P; WebRTC; Node.js; MongoDB; Message chat 


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