What i am trying to do is to get my ios WebRTC demo app, currently it works with the google webrtc test server https://apprtc.appspot.com/ ,to connect with my local openfire server and join a chat room. there is no web browser ( chrome ) here. it is a native app.
the first thing i had to do was implement https challenge/response authentication for https and that is working now. the code that i started from had little to no documentation and i can find very little other reference material that seems to apply which makes it difficult to even know what questions i need to ask.
The step i am trying to take now is to get enough information from the openfire server to set up a peerconnecion to a conference which should be connectoin information for each member of the conference. Making a peer connection itself should not be a problem. it seemed to make sense to do this dialog as JSON to make it easier to deal with. The connection to the google test webrtc is initiated with a keyword to use JSON. This is where my progress is stopped.
What i get from the server at this point is a large piece of html that i don't know how to begin to deal with, but if interpreting that is what i need to do then that is what i will do, i just do not know what the right direction here is.
ANY insight or recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
On Sep 23, 2014, at 3:58 PM, Boris Grozev <email@example.com> wrote:
On 23/09/14 21:53, Peter Mycue wrote:
I have openfire and jitsi videobridge plugin up and running and working,
i can conference with chrome browsers.
I need access to the REST interface. the documentation says
*To enable the REST API you have to start Jitsi video bridge with
But how do i do that with the plugin?
You cannot do this currently. Why would you need the REST interface if you are already running openfire and the videobridge is accessible via XMPP?
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