Today I’m exited to announce a new transport for the go-libp2p family: go-libp2p-webrtc-direct.
The transport represents the Go counterpart to
While this transport already brings initial support for WebRTC to go-libp2p it also opens the door to further work, including:
- A Go counterpart to
- Work towards abstracting signaling, see libp2p/specs#159.
- Research towards more distributed ways of exchanging signaling information.
Shout-out to @pions for building the fantastic WebRTC Go library that makes this all possible.