A WebRTC module for React Native.
macOS - We don't currently actively support macOS at this time.
Support might return in the future.
Windows - We don't currently support the react-native-windows platform at this time.
Anyone interested in getting the ball rolling? We're open to contributions.
Web - The react-native-webrtc-web-shim project provides a shim for react-native-web support.
Which will allow you to use (almost) the exact same code in your react-native-web project as you would with react-native directly.
Expo - As this module includes native code it is not available in the Expo Go app by default.
However you can get things working via the expo-dev-client library and out-of-tree config-plugins/react-native-webrtc package.
Unified Plan - As of version 106.0.0 Unified Plan is the only supported mode.
Those still in need of Plan B will need to use an older release.
Simulcast - As of version 111.0.0 Simulcast is now possible with ease.
Software encode/decode factories have been enabled by default.
- Currently used revision: M118
- Supported architectures
- Android: armeabi-v7a, arm64-v8a, x86, x86_64
- iOS: arm64, x86_64
- tvOS: arm64
- macOS: (temporarily disabled)
Use one of the following preferred package install methods to immediately get going.
Don't forget to follow platform guides below to cover any extra required steps.
npm install react-native-webrtc --save
yarn add react-native-webrtc
pnpm install react-native-webrtc
- Android Install
- iOS Install
- tvOS Install
- Basic Usage
- Step by Step Call Guide
- Improving Call Reliability
We have some very basic example projects included in the examples directory.
Don't worry, there are plans to include a much more broader example with backend included.
Come join our Discourse Community if you want to discuss any React Native and WebRTC related topics.
Everyone is welcome and every little helps.
Looking for extra functionality coverage?
The react-native-webrtc organization provides a number of packages which are more than useful when developing Real Time Communication applications.