Another big release is out the door! Let's cut to the chase and have a look at some of the highlights:
- IceLink gets a brand new ActiveX control for Internet Explorer! The Java applet is still available in case ActiveX isn't supported.
- Both the WebRTC ActiveX control and Java applet get context menus for muting/unmuting and switching audio/video sources.
- The layout algorithms in IceLink have been vastly improved - more configurable, smarter bounding boxes, and even presets for Skype/GoogleHangouts/Facetime-style configurations!
- IceLink gets a Distributor class to help with routing media from a narrow-bandwidth channel to a large audience.
- Muting video streams in IceLink now sends a black image so the remote peer doesn't appear frozen.
- IceLink's Conference class gets multi-server support for high-availability.
- The WebRTC LocalMediaStream class now has tons of options for switching devices and muting/unmuting.
- WebSync and TheRest both get a JSON provider framework and come bundled with a Json.NET provider.
- WebSync, TheRest, and IceLink for iOS/Mac now have shortened method names where possible in addition to the old ones to improve readability.
- Lots of bug fixes and improvements.
Check out the full change log on the Downloads page! Also, to those waiting, Windows Phone and SCTP support are both still in development and coming as soon as possible.
As always, please send us your feedback! Check out support.frozenmountain.com to submit and vote on feature requests/ideas as well as ask questions from our technical staff and receive prompt answers. For any other issues, feel free to send us a message.