Add a SimpleWebRTC video hangout to your site just by forking this repo and changing the CNAME.
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Add a SimpleWebRTC video hangout to your site just by forking this repo and changing the CNAME.

As a basic GitHub.io page

Just fork this repo—and that's it. It should immediately work at yourusername.github.io/talkto

On your own domain name

  • Change the CNAME to your own domain (or subdomain)

  • At your DNS provider oint a DNS CNAME record for your own domain to yourusername.github.io

  • Wait for GitHub pages to show up. (It'll 404 for a bit before it recognizes your CNAME)


This simple thing uses SimpleWebRTC from &yet.

This uses the SimpleWebRTC sandbox server for signaling.

If you want to run your own signaling server, feel free to use the same code we're using for this (and Talky) which is at github.com/andyet/signalmaster. (You'll also need to use your own version of SimpleWebRTC and configure the signaling server there.)