It’s huge news! Microsoft Edge in Windows Insider Preview release has ORTC APIs baked into it. This is absolutely huge news. We’ve been waiting for Microsoft to really join the WebRTC scene and this is that huge push into it.
ORTC API is now available in Microsoft Edge! http://t.co/xODw60dpDd— Microsoft Edge Dev (@MSEdgeDev) September 18, 2015
They say that their main focus right now is audio and video communications and it looks like there’s enough support to really make something usable. So much so that Microsoft have already teamed up with Twilio at this demo page. It looks like Twilio have made an ORTC adapter to neutralise the differences between ORTC and WebRTC as it stands today
But at the time of writing this post, it doesn’t appear to be up on github properly yet.
Windows Insider Preview build 10525 is now available for PCs: http://t.co/zeXQJocgLs This release lays groundwork for ORTC in Microsoft Edge— Microsoft Edge Dev (@MSEdgeDev) August 18, 2015
Go check out the in-depth analysis over at webrtchacks!