iOS SDK

Tutorial

In the tutorial, you will create a one-on-one video chat app using the basic features of the iOS SDK. The app will have the ability to display a list of users currently connected to the server, select which user to call, call, answer and hang up a one-to-one video conversation.

The application to be created in this tutorial will be the same as one-to-one video chat provided in the samples. If you want to try the finished app, download the source code and and follow the tutorial to build.

Use ECLWebRTC to start a video chat session between two devices
Use ECLWebRTC to start a video chat session between two devices
Screenshot of video chat
Screenshot of video chat

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Downloading the SDK

Downloading the SDK Using CocoaPods

Add the the text below to your Podfile.

Podfile

platform :ios, '8.0'
pod 'SkyWay'

Install ECLWebRTC.

$ pod setup
$ pod install

Downloading the SDK as a file

Supported OS’s

iOS 8+

API Reference

A list of changes between the old (SkyWay) SDK and the new ECLWebRTC SDK can be found on Github.

Sample Code

One-on-One, P2P video chat text chat
Multi-party, P2P video chat text chat
Multi-party, P2P video chat text chat

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