github twilio/twilio-video.js 1.6.0

1.6.0 (October 24, 2017)

New Features

  • Added DataTrack support in Group Rooms. Previously, DataTracks only worked in
    Peer-to-peer Rooms. Now they work in both. Consequently, the "experimental"
    warning has been removed.
  • Added LocalDataTrackOptions. These options allow you to configure the
    maxPacketLifeTime, maxRetransmits, and ordered properties of a
    LocalDataTrack's underlying RTCDataChannel(s).
  • Added "trackPublicationFailed" and "trackPublished" events to the
    LocalParticipant. Previously, if you failed to publish a LocalTrack when
    connecting to a Room, there was no API to discover what went wrong. Now, if
    you fail to publish a LocalTrack at connect-time—for example, due to a codec
    mismatch or an invalid Track name—we will raise a "trackPublicationFailed" on
    the LocalParticipant with an informative error. Similarly, if publication
    succeeds, we will raise a "trackPublished" event with the resulting
  • Added a new top-level boolean property, isSupported, that indicates whether
    or not the browser/environment/platform currently running twilio-video.js
    contains the necessary APIs (for example, WebRTC) to participate in video
    chats. Depending on how you use twilio-video.js, you can use one of the
    methods below to access it:
  // Option 1: Using `require`
  const { isSupported } = require('twilio-video');

  // Option 2: Using browser global
  const { isSupported } = Twilio.Video;
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