We're honored for LiveKit to be named a Cloud 100 Rising Star [https://www.forbes.com/sites/rashishrivastava/2022/08/09/cloud-100-rising-stars-2022-meet-the-newest-cohort-of-cloud-innovators/?sh=324b4d1056dd] ! Each year, Forbes in partnership with Bessemer Venture Partners and Salesforce Ventures, compiles a list of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world. Here's
Increasingly, developers are thinking multi-platform and how to get more done with fewer resources and maintenance overhead. React developers, in particular, naturally consider ReactNative as an entry point into mobile development. Since we launched LiveKit last summer, React Native has consistently been the most requested platform for us to support.
If you're building with React, our React SDK makes it simple to add real-time audio and video to your app. We provide state management and media rendering utility components, allowing you to implement custom UI components and designs. The same SDK also includes pre-built components for constructing video calls or
In the last couple years, many [https://decentraland.org/] exciting [https://theportal.to/] metaverse [https://www.sandbox.game/en/] projects [https://www.gather.town/] have started with visions to connect us through immersive, spatial environments; closer to how we connect with others in the physical world. A unifying principle among
Pre-pandemic, we did most things offline. 2020 brought a sea change: we worked, shopped, studied, cooked, watched movies, exercised, dated, and even got married over the Internet — in short, we now did most things online by default. While it looked like the Brady Bunch credits, the moment we collectively began
Everything you wanted to know about simulcast, but were afraid to ask Simulcast [https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/rfc8853/] is one of the coolest features of WebRTC, allowing WebRTC conferences to scale despite participants with unpredictable network connectivity. In this post, we’ll dive into simulcast and explore how it
A look at how we’ve pushed participant limits in WebRTC Background In preparation for our LiveKit [https://github.com/livekit/livekit-server] launch [https://www.producthunt.com/posts/livekit], we needed to know (and share) how many participants could join a room running on our stack. So, we spun up
tl;dr We’re building Stripe for real-time communications In 2006, Apple started building webcams into their line of plastic, white MacBooks. Seeing a new opportunity for people to connect over the Internet, I went through YCombinator’s “Summer Founders Program” in 2007 and launched the first website for meeting