We are happy about our very successful cooperation with JellNetworks on the “JustKnock” project. KissMyButton, through the use of webRTC technology and with guidance and great cooperation from JellNetworks’ CEO Mr. Joseph Karwat, has developed the application. JustKnock is built on JellRTC’s platform.
JustKnock™ is Jell’s first webRTC video collaboration service, designed to serve as a mobile professional’s virtual office. Functioning just like a physical office, when someone “Knocks”, the host can see who is behind the door and decide whether to speak with them right away or park them in his/her (virtual) waiting room. With the Defined Availability feature, only certain people will know that you are “available”.
More details can be found here: http://jellnet.com/solutions/justknock/
The link to the application is: http://justknock.net
Just delivered a complete vLine node.js example. You can find the full example code on GitHub: https://github.com/vline/vline-node-example
vLine’s platform uses the cutting edge webRTC technology providing the ability to create HD video chat through the web browser without the need of installing any plugins.
kissmybutton is proud to cooperate with vLine as we recently developed the vLine’s php example application which you can find here: https://github.com/vline/vline-php-example
We also utilised vLine’s API in order to add video chat capabilities to noteontheroad.com application.
It’s always a pleasure to work for such innovating and cutting edge projects.