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Priologic Showcases New Native WebRTC iOS App in EasyRTC Enterprise—a WebRTC Toolkit for Developers at IT Expo
Date:8/27/2013

(PRWEB) August 27, 2013

Priologic Software Inc., a WebRTC product and services organization, today announced it will showcase the latest version of EasyRTC Enterprise this week at IT Expo. This award-winning technology stack and toolkit enables developers with little knowledge of WebRTC code to quickly code and deploy customized WebRTC-based applications for their organizations.

EasyRTC won the Best WebRTC Tools award at the inaugural WebRTC Conference and Expo in November 2012 and it won the WebRTC Conference Editor’s Choice award in June 2013.

At IT Expo this week, Priologic will showcase a live demo of the latest release of Tawk.com—a WebRTC consumer application that provides source code to accelerate the development of customized WebRTC enterprise applications. WebRTC development experts from Priologic will also demonstrate Tawk.com working on iOS. Priologic was awarded the WebRTC Conference Editor’s Choice award for Tawk.com earlier this year.

Doug Pelton, CEO at Priologic, commented, "EasyRTC provides an easy-to-use client side API that reduces the impact of changes in the WebRTC API, so developers can focus on getting their application built with simple code and graphics changes. They don’t need to be WebRTC coding experts."

EasyRTC enables developers to get their WebRTC enterprise application running quickly and easily using Platform-as-a-Service for development. Once development is complete it can be easily transferred to an on premise server for production. This option is particularly important for organizations that need high security and want complete control over their communications and data interfaces.

This full featured developer’s technology stack and toolkit includes:

  • Tested WebRTC code and application source code
  • Browser to browser encryption
  • Support for iOS and Android devices
  • Support fo
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