[jitsi-users] Jitsi in .NET?


#1

Hi all,

Sorry if this topic has already been brought up, but I was wondering if there was a way to display a Jitsi/WebRTC video stream in a .NET control, e.g. a XAML WebBrowser or Frame.

Thanks,
Alan


#2

Jitsi is Java based. .Net is a Microsoft technology, whose only purpose is
to steal mindshare from Java.

You should code your app in Java, which is also GPL open source (OpenJDK).

That is my personal position. I'm not part of the Jitsi team.

FC

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On Mon, Jul 21, 2014 at 2:01 PM, Alan Balkany <abalkany@systemsinmotion.com> wrote:

Sorry if this topic has already been brought up, but I was wondering if
there was a way to display a Jitsi/WebRTC video stream in a .NET control,
e.g. a XAML WebBrowser or Frame.

--
During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary
act
Durante épocas de Engaño Universal, decir la verdad se convierte en un Acto
Revolucionario
- George Orwell


#3

Microsoft do not have WebRTC support yet so that won't work out of the box. They are working on implementing ORTC though so when that happens it will be possible.

Until then, you could try using the webrtc.org stack ... but this is far from trivial.

Emil

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On 21.07.14, 13:01, Alan Balkany wrote:

Hi all,

Sorry if this topic has already been brought up, but I was wondering if
there was a way to display a Jitsi/WebRTC video stream in a .NET
control, e.g. a XAML WebBrowser or Frame.

Thanks,
Alan

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#4

The fact that Jitsi is Java-based doesn't require consumers of the video stream to also be Java-based. .NET has unique capabilities that Java doesn't, such as LINQ.

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On 7/21/2014 3:25 PM, Fernando Cassia wrote:

On Mon, Jul 21, 2014 at 2:01 PM, Alan Balkany > <abalkany@systemsinmotion.com <mailto:abalkany@systemsinmotion.com>> > wrote:

    Sorry if this topic has already been brought up, but I was
    wondering if there was a way to display a Jitsi/WebRTC video
    stream in a .NET control, e.g. a XAML WebBrowser or Frame.

Jitsi is Java based. .Net is a Microsoft technology, whose only purpose is to steal mindshare from Java.

You should code your app in Java, which is also GPL open source (OpenJDK).

That is my personal position. I'm not part of the Jitsi team.

FC

--
During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act
Durante �pocas de Enga�o Universal, decir la verdad se convierte en un Acto Revolucionario
- George Orwell

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#5

Thanks for the ORTC idea. I'll look into it.

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On 7/21/2014 5:17 PM, Emil Ivov wrote:

Microsoft do not have WebRTC support yet so that won't work out of the box. They are working on implementing ORTC though so when that happens it will be possible.

Until then, you could try using the webrtc.org stack ... but this is far from trivial.

Emil

On 21.07.14, 13:01, Alan Balkany wrote:

Hi all,

Sorry if this topic has already been brought up, but I was wondering if
there was a way to display a Jitsi/WebRTC video stream in a .NET
control, e.g. a XAML WebBrowser or Frame.

Thanks,
Alan

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#6

- jOOQ: http://www.jooq.org
   - QueryDSL: http://www.querydsl.com
   - JaQu: http://www.h2database.com/html/jaqu.html
   - Quaere: http://quaere.codehaus.org/
   - Linq4j: https://github.com/julianhyde/linq4j
   - JSR-341: http://java.net/projects/el-spec/pages/CollectionOperations

Plus Lambdas are now available
<http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~briangoetz/lambda/lambda-state-4.html>
within Java 8 in the form of JSR-335 - Lambda Expressions for the JavaTM
Programming Language <http://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/proposalDetails?id=335>

Lambdas are included in Java8 / OpenJDK 8.
<http://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/proposalDetails?id=335>

FWIW

FC

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On Mon, Jul 21, 2014 at 6:59 PM, Alan Balkany <abalkany@systemsinmotion.com> wrote:

The fact that Jitsi is Java-based doesn't require consumers of the video
stream to also be Java-based. .NET has unique capabilities that Java
doesn't, such as LINQ.

--
During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary
act
Durante épocas de Engaño Universal, decir la verdad se convierte en un Acto
Revolucionario
- George Orwell


#7

Very interesting, I didn't know Java had these features.

Alan

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On 7/22/2014 11:49 PM, Fernando Cassia wrote:

On Mon, Jul 21, 2014 at 6:59 PM, Alan Balkany > <abalkany@systemsinmotion.com <mailto:abalkany@systemsinmotion.com>> > wrote:

    The fact that Jitsi is Java-based doesn't require consumers of the
    video stream to also be Java-based. .NET has unique capabilities
    that Java doesn't, such as LINQ.

  * jOOQ: http://www.jooq.org
  * QueryDSL: http://www.querydsl.com
  * JaQu: http://www.h2database.com/html/jaqu.html
  * Quaere: http://quaere.codehaus.org/
  * Linq4j: https://github.com/julianhyde/linq4j
  * JSR-341: http://java.net/projects/el-spec/pages/CollectionOperations

Plus Lambdas are now available <http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~briangoetz/lambda/lambda-state-4.html> within Java 8 in the form of JSR-335 - Lambda Expressions for the JavaTM Programming Language <http://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/proposalDetails?id=335>

Lambdas are included in Java8 / OpenJDK 8.
<http://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/proposalDetails?id=335>

FWIW

FC

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