In my previous article, I introduced the recent Mozilla Firefox WebRTC feature called "Hello".
I'm intrigued with Firefox "Hello" because of how simple Firefox has made the process to create almost instant browser-to-browser voice and video calls, or conversations using its built-in ready-to-go WebRTC technology.
There are no accounts to sign-up for. No groups to join. No registrations required. If you have a Mozilla Firefox web browser installed on your PC, a webcam with microphone, speakers, and/or a headset, you are good to go. And, all calls are encrypted, by default. So, no worries about 3rd party or man-in-the-middle conversation snooping.
In this tutorial, I will provide some step-by-step instructions of how to setup your own peer-to-peer WebRTC multimedia conversations between your Firefox browser and any other Firefox or Google Chrome WebRTC enabled browser. So, let's get started.