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Six Easy Steps of Building WebRTC Dialer

Building a WebRTC dialer softphone is quite an adventure, an organic substitute or an evolution of building smartphone communication.

Building a WebRTC dialer softphone is quite an adventure. If you follow our blog (like our editor really hopes you do!), you’ll know that some time ago we introduced readers to our latest development, called WebTrit (as well as WebRTC technology). In our opinion, this is an organic substitute or an evolution of building smartphone communication for end clients.

But WebRTC hasn’t yet reached its full potential. And those who can come up with new ways of utilizing this technology will radically change the world of communications.

We are serious about hitting the leaderboard of companies that use WebRTC to solve real business cases.  So here, we’ll tell you why and how we came up with the idea of ​​creating the PortaOne WebRTC client, and we’ll reveal the ingredients of the secret WebTrit sauce. By the end of this piece, you’ll know exactly what makes our technology so special.

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Each year is an important milestone in the development of Webtrit. Read on to find out how it all happened.

How Our WebRTC Dialer Came to Be

As often happens, it was an unusual set of circumstances that led us to create our product. But, at least at first, those circumstances seemed quite ordinary. 

This story has first appeared on the PortaOne Blog. Continue reading it there.

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